Sapphire Radeon HD 6770 fleX 1GB Graphics Card Review
7 June 2011
Conclusion: Final Thoughts The 6770 performed well and above the level I was expecting especially given the price point of a £105/$139. I was able to play most of my enjoyable games at high definition (1920×1080 resolutions) and was able to keep most games at high settings (minus anti alias settings).
Pros: Awesome low price, Packed with a lot of features of higher end cards (HD3D, Eyefinity, AMD Parallel Processing)., fleX technology results in easy Eyefinity setup without need for spending more on an display port adapter., Performs well, able to run most games in 1920×1080 with minimal sacrifices ...
Cons: Slightly low synthetic benchmark scores, worries me with upcoming action titles like BF3, COD:MW3, might need to use additional card in crossfire for ultimate performance., a few features and improvement over the 5770, but not quite enough to warrant a new card purchase unless you don’t have a po...
Sapphire Radeon HD 6770 Flex Edition 1GB DX11 Video Card Review
Hi Tech Legion
31 May 2011
Summary: The Sapphire Radeon HD 6770 1GB Flex Edition had good performance and kept up with NVIDIA's counterpart, the 550 Ti. However, the key point of this card isn't a difference in performance, rather, the ability to use Eyefinity without any extra equipment (i.e. the "Flex").
Pros: "Flex" Ability, Ease of Installation, Good Performance, AMD Accelerated Parallel Proccessing Technology, AMD HD3D, DX11, HDMI 1.4a, OpenGL 4.1
Excerpt: Eine weitere Radeon-HD-6770-Grafikkarte gibt sich in unserem Testlabor ihr Stelldichein. Das mag nicht wundern, denn AMD wollte keine großartige Marktvorstellung des von Radeon HD 5770 in HD 6770 umgetauften 3D-Beschleunigers.