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VTX ATI Radeon HD 5770 1024MB GDDR5 PCI-Express Graphics Card £111.61 (£119.78 with delivery) @ Aria
VTX ATI Radeon HD 5770 1024MB GDDR5 PCI-Express Graphics Card £111.61 (£119.78 with delivery) @ Aria

VTX ATI Radeon HD 5770 1024MB GDDR5 PCI-Express Graphics Card £111.61 (£119.78 with delivery) @ Aria

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VTX ATI Radeon HD 5770 1024MB GDDR5 PCI-Express Graphics Card

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Redefine HD Gaming
With more than twice the processing power of previous generation AMD discrete graphics cards, ATI Radeon HD 5700 Series graphics cards deliver a cinematic gaming experience and unprecedented performance.
Key Features
o 1.04 billion transistors on 40nm fabrication process
o PCI Express® 2.1 x16 bus interface
o 128-bit GDDR5 memory interface
o MicrosoftR DirectX® 11 support
1. Dual channel interconnect is not required for CrossFireX, and may not be included in all product configurations.
2. Some custom resolutions require user configuration.
3. Playing HDCP content requires additional HDCP ready components, including but not limited to an HDCP ready monitor, Blu-ray or HD DVD disc drive, multimedia application and computer operating system.
4. Subject to digital rights management limitations; maximum supported audio stream bandwidth is 6.144 Mbps.
5. ATI PowerPlay TM technology consists of numerous power saving features. Not all features may be available in all ATI Radeon HD 5700 Series graphics cards.
6. ATI AvivoTM HD is a technology platform that includes a broad set of capabilities offered by certain ATI RadeonTM HD GPUs. Not all products have all features and full enablement of some ATI AvivoTM HD capabilities may require complementary products.

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will this fit in the dell vistro 430 without upgrading the psu ? thanks. good deal :thumbsup:

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bestpricebob;8260792

will this fit in the dell vistro 430 without upgrading the psu ? thanks. … will this fit in the dell vistro 430 without upgrading the psu ? thanks. good deal :thumbsup:



I would imagine the card would fit, whether the PSU is up to the task - not sure. The 5770 is a relatively frugal card though.

Here's a page for info:

en.community.dell.com/for…spx

notably this quote:
from web

I'm running the standard Vostro 430 with the addition of another Hard … I'm running the standard Vostro 430 with the addition of another Hard Drive (WD 1.5TB Caviar) and the 5770 with the 350W power supply and system is running fine. The 5770 card is so quiet, I can't even hear it above the CPU/Case Fan.

It will run ok and more than likely boot into windows, but do you really want to skimp on a PSU while running under heavy load ? Best case scenario your PC shuts down, there are a lot worse things that could happen.

Good price but it only 1 years warranty compared to the XFX model that has 2 years and is only £6 more plus comes with AVP game.

Still though its definitely worth some heat.

Original Poster

See your point. Personally, i'd not even heard of VTX before today, and the price is negligable between this and the XFX model.

Saying that, i'd still regard it as a hot deal as it's the cheapest i can find currently for any flavour of 5770. If i were buying (which i may well be) I think i'd choose this model and save the £5. AVP game i could take or leave.

Leongti;8263895

Good price but it only 1 years warranty compared to the XFX model that … Good price but it only 1 years warranty compared to the XFX model that has 2 years and is only £6 more plus comes with AVP game.Still though its definitely worth some heat.



I thought the XFX warranty for the UK was not worth the paper it was written on?

has any1 got this card? will it run say for example crysis on full 1080p HD with full settings ? i couldn't care less about the warrenty but i do want a good gfx card cheapest possible

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bestpricebob;8271752

has any1 got this card? will it run say for example crysis on full 1080p … has any1 got this card? will it run say for example crysis on full 1080p HD with full settings ? i couldn't care less about the warrenty but i do want a good gfx card cheapest possible



Going on a review from tomshardware, seems the reference 5770 card gets framerates of 28.7 when running at 1900x1200 res, with high details and 4x AntiAliasing.

Source tomshardware.com/rev…tml

bestpricebob;8271752

has any1 got this card? will it run say for example crysis on full 1080p … has any1 got this card? will it run say for example crysis on full 1080p HD with full settings ? i couldn't care less about the warrenty but i do want a good gfx card cheapest possible



The answer is no not without slowdown/stuttering.

Original Poster

madmarman;8281530

The answer is no not without slowdown/stuttering.



But change the res. to 1650 x 1050 (arguably still HD resolution) and remove the AA, and you'll see framerates of 40.9. Generally, 30+ FPS is considered acceptable.

And this is Crysis we're talking about here, everyone knows NOTHING plays it maxed out! :-D
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