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PowerColor HD5770

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Overall 8
Value for money 7
Performance 8
Construction 9
Functionality 9
Appearance 9

PowerColor Radeon HD 5770 PCS+ Video Card

Benchmark Reviews
7 June 2010
  • Conclusion: While the PowerColor AX5770 1GBD5-PPGV2 performed well enough to play in almost all of our game titles (you might need to lower the settings a little on the DX11 titles), it only just kept up with its competition, the GTS450. We have seen the AX5770 PCS+V2 outperform its previous competition, the GTS250, but times are different now. To remain competitive, the Radeon HD 5770 series cards need compete against the other DX11 cards, not just the DX10 cards.
  • Pros: Lots of great features, Extremely low power consumption, 1GB of GDDR5 memory, Easy to overclock and CrossfireX, Lots of cooling headroom, Requires only one 6-pin power connector, HDMI and DisplayPort native interfaces, Great price with rebates and promos
  • Cons: No voltage control in ATI Overdrive, no PowerColor tool available, Somewhat expensive compared to current Radeon lineup
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Overall 9

PowerColor HD 5770 PCS+

21 January 2010
  • Summary: AMD's Radeon HD 5770 offers a healthy performance boost of more than 25% over the last generation HD 4770. It also brings several new features to the table like EyeFinity, support for DirectX 11 and improved HDMI audio. Another area that has been worked on is power consumption which is now lower than ever. PowerColor even managed to marginally reduce the load power consumption of their HD 5770 PCS+ below that of the reference design HD 5770.
  • Pros: Very quiet, Reasonably priced, Custom PCB and cooler, Low idle power consumption, Lower load power consumption that reference design, DirectX 11 support, Native HDMI output, GDDR5 memory, Dirt 2 voucher included, Support for AMD EyeFinity Technology, Native HDMI & DisplayPort, Improvements to integrated HDMI audio device
  • Cons: Overclock over reference design is small, Limited overclocking potential, DirectX 11 won't be relevant for quite a while, No support for CUDA / PhysX
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PowerColor HD5770 Video Card Review

23 November 2009
  • Summary: Think your old GeForce GTX 260 or Radeon HD 4870 is getting a little long in the tooth? They’ve both had a great run, but now it might be time to upgrade. We see how these two video cards compare to the brand new PowerColor HD5770.
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PowerColor PCS++ HD5770 Video Card

21 June 2011
  • Excerpt: For this review I will be looking at a product that comes from PowerColor and the product of theirs I will be looking at is the PCS++ Radeon HD5770. Having recently looked at the PowerColor PCS+ HD5550 here at XtremeCompting I am expecting something good from this review
  • Pros: Cheap for performance, Power usage low, Small footprint, Good overclocker, Good choice for those on a budget, performed close to the more expensive GTX 460
  • Cons: Ermm in reality for its price I have nothing bad to say really
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Overall 8
Value for money 9

PowerColor HD5770 1GB GDDR5

PC Actual
11 April 2010
  • Excerpt: PowerColor decide usar un diseño propuesto por AMD para dar forma a un producto gráfico. En este caso, del mismo modo que en el caso de Sapphire, la tarjeta es una réplica del diseño de referencia tanto en construcción como en los parámetros de funcionamiento
  • Pros: Consumo reducido, Precio comedido
  • Cons: No presenta variaciones sobre el diseño de referencia, Funcionamiento algo ruidoso en ocasiones
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Powercolor HD 5770

26 November 2009
  • Conclusion: Fazit: Powercolor HD 5770 Mitte Oktober 2009 hatte AMD für die Radeon HD 5770 einen Preis von ca. 140 Euro anvisiert, während man das Vorgängermodell Radeon HD 4770 ein halbes Jahr früher noch unter 100 Euro auf den Markt gebracht hatte. Doch der Radeon HD 5770 Grafikprozessor bietet DirectX 11 sowie Eyefinity und obendrein eine deutlich höhere 3D-Leistung, da sollten 40 Euro Aufpreis doch angemessen sein, oder?
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