Reviews and Problems with Asus EAH5770 CuCore/2DI/1GD5
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25 October 2012
Summary: I couldn't have gotten a better deal, the price was right, the card is new and it's to be used in my first ever crossfire set-up, I probably could have bought a newer more powerful card for a few more dollars but I had one already and I wanted to give the crossfire a try.
Summary: The 5770 was a compromise between my wife and myself for her system. She wanted affordable, and I wanted something that would last her. A year later, she's still enjoying every game she plays with decent details, and the extra money we spent over something that would have not performed as well has been completely forgotten. I'd become sold on the 5000 series after buying my 5870, and have not been disappointed by the 5770.
Summary: This card doesnt reach 60 degrees which is cool and for people who doesnt do research..... Just don't install the Asus drivers and their overclocking software: SmartDoctor and the other ones and you'll get a very stable and fast Graphics processing unit. And by the way, Do these steps below. I hope this helps to other people who want to try the pleasure of having a great card like this. Voila!
Summary: This card is amazingly fast, we boosted the graphic quality to maximum and the resolution to 1280x1024 and the games ran like a charm. We tested Prince of Persia The Forgotten Sands, Need for Speed Shift and The Settlers 7 which are new graphic demanding games. The graphic card is quite as claimed by Asus because the card has a large heat sink which contains 5.8oz of copper. All in all I like this card and also very cheap.