Faster Graphics For Lower Prices: ATI Radeon HD 4770
8 November 2009
Conclusion: And there you have it: 40nm has arrived, and it looks pretty good. The Radeon HD 4770 always outperforms the older 4830 and sometimes gives the 4850 a run for its money. As for the competition, the 4770 comes out on top in the games we tested.
Crisis Management Solution 3: ATI Radeon HD 4770 CrossFireX Review
5 June 2009
Summary: Our today’s article continues a series of reviews devoted to performance of inexpensive multi-GPU systems. This time we are going to talk about a CrossFireX tandem of two ATI Radeon HD 4770 solutions.
Excerpt: The HD4770 at this time is the bargain of the lot and at an introductory US$99 price, two of these cards in a Crossfire setup would be a fast US$200 combo that would handle most games reasonably well even at higher resolutions.
Excerpt: Thanks to its GDDR5 memory and a new 40nm manufacturing process, the ATI Radeon HD 4770 sets a new bar for graphics-card performance at around $100, while using less power than beefier boards like the Radeon 4850.
Pros: Excellent performance at the $100 price point, Uses less power than comparable cards
Cons: Requires PCI Express power connector, Takes up two expansion slots, Loud cooling fan
Summary: Gaming : Please check out gaming-oriented reviews of the HD 4770 at xbit labs , techPowerUp , HardwareCanucks , and The Tech Report . Preliminary reports indicate that the performance level is between that of the HD 4830 and 4850 and easily surpasses the GeForce 9800 GT.
Pros: Fairly quiet, Well cooled, Low power consumption during load
Summary: However as this was the first 40nm GPU ever, we were still keen to test it out. When you look at it on paper the Radeon HD 4770 is evenly matched with the Radeon HD 4830 , at least for the most part.
New Revolution: ATI Radeon HD 4770 Graphics Card Review
27 April 2009
Summary: Everyone remembers the revolution made by Radeon HD 4850 that has set a new performance bar for mainstream graphics accelerators. Today AMD officially launches a new revolutionary, this time from the Budget segment.
Pros: Best performance in its price range;, Significantly outperforms Radeon HD 4830 and GeForce 9800 GT;, Competes successfully against GeForce GTS 250 512MB;, Yields slightly to Radeon HD 4850;, Wide range of supported FSAA modes;, Best Edge-detect CFAA in the industry;, 40nm GPU production technolog...
Summary: Although we have had less than one day to play with the Radeon HD 4770, giving us a very limited time in which to benchmark this exciting new graphics card, a few things are already very apparent. First and foremost at $100 US the Radeon HD 4770 is an absolute steal, there is no question about it.