Reviews and Problems with Asus EAH5770 CuCore/2DI/1GD5
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A lot of power for an older card
Kyle Jensen, Amazon
26 December 2013
Summary: I am able to run bf4 on medium settings at 1440x900 with 70-120 fps. No issues out of this little thing what-so-ever. I've recently upgraded to a 7850 though to make my pc more future proof. This will be donated to my little brother, however. It's a beast of a card for what I paid for it ($40).
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...
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.
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.