Reviews and Problems with PowerColor HD7770 1GB GDDR5
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Allows Prodigy Case to Keep Hard Drive Cage!
Attn M., Newegg
17 February 2014
Summary: Overall, I was just hoping for a card that I could use three monitors with. I didn't expect to be able to play Batman on crazy high settings or anything (although, it punishes Halo 2 PC settings at maximum with 3 screens). Batman plays at Medium settings at full speed.
Pros: - Powerful - Allows for 3 monitors on ONE card using Eyeinfinity (and a Displayport to HDMI adapter). - Allows the Prodigy Case to retain the Hard Drive Expansion bays due to the AMAZINGLY short form factor of the card.
Cons: No cons. Since the prodigy case comes prepared to install a Mini-ITX, one cannot assume they'll be able to crossfire anything on such a small board. (Unless you had a Mini-ITX board with two PCI-E slots right next to each other, and you used a PCI-E extension to get the 2nd card into a different ...
Summary: I did check for Nvidia equivalents at this price range even though I prefer AMD video cards. While Nvidia may be competitive in the high end market, their midrange and lower end cards aren't even close.
Pros: Paired with a Haswell i5-4670k processor I am able to run all games with their settings maxed out @ 1920x1050. Only game where I wasn't pushing over 60 fps was World of Tanks; which ran at a constant 45 fps. With a Newegg discount and a mail-in rebate, this video card cost me less than a 7750.
Summary: I bought a NVIDIA 9600 GT about 4 years ago and have been using it since recently. On LOW in BF3, my FPS was 20-40. It was beginning to show its age. I recall paying about $180 for it at the time. This PowerColor HD 7700 is way ahead of it.
Pros: In Battlefield 3, I am getting 70-100 FPS using AUTO settings which use a combination of MEDIUM and HIGH. * PCI-E 3.0 x16 * Quiet cooler. * Red PCB
Cons: It's not as fast as a 7990, but this 7770 is not bad at all for gaming and with the rebate, $95 is a steal! My only "minor" complaint is that the fan is big enough to where it takes up two slots worth of space so no additional cards immediately below it, but I had plenty of room under my PCI-E x1...
Summary: Components. Rosewill CHALLENGER Black Gaming ATX Mid Tower Computer Case, comes with Three Fans-1x Front Blue LED 120mm Fan, 1x Top 140mm Fan, 1x Rear 120mm Fan, option Fans-2x Side 120mm Fan (added 2 extra 120mm side fans) MSI FM2-A85XA-G65 FM2 AMD A85X (Hudson D4) SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.0 HDMI ATX AMD...
Pros: Single slot full size 7770! Its a tight squeeze to use the slot next to it on the cooler side but still works. Benchmarks (granted, older benchmarking software) are not bad and in line for your typical 7770, but what makes it nice is its a smaller card than most of the 7770s and for a while I had...
Cons: Hmm... it was not free or have a two for one deal?