Summary: MSI's Radeon HD 5770 HAWK leaves a good impression. Its TwinFrozr cooler gives you extremely low noise levels - much lower than the AMD reference design, and also does a good job at keeping the card cool. We saw good overclocking results on our sample, which didn't break any sweat at all when overclocked. MSI has also included a few goodies for the more extreme overclockers. Their bundled Afterburner software allows easy clock, fan and voltage control up to 1.35V.
Pros: Extremely quiet, Good overclocking potential, Voltage measurement points demarcated on the PCB, MSI Afterburner included for overclocking & voltage change, 40 nm GPU, Support for DirectX 11, Support for AMD EyeFinity Technology, Native HDMI & DisplayPort, Low temperatures
Cons: High price, Second DVI or analog VGA port would be more useful than DisplayPort, No support for CUDA/PhysX