Summary: I'm on a tight budget and have been needing to upgrade my graphics card for quite some time. This product was affordable but also mid-high quality. I play a variety of games that are fairly graphically intense and I'm running them all on the highest settings with 60 fps and it looks great.
Summary: I remember back in the day, if I wanted a video card that wasn't going to have any glitches I would get an ATI card. In fact, the ATI based XFX 5670 card I've been using the past couple years has worked well for me with only choppy playback of HD camcorder video as an issue. This was not a big issue as I edit HD video to DVD anyway. I bought this Sapphire card as an upgrade to use my desktop computer as a home theater PC.
Summary: I am not a big gamer or computer whiz, but I don't like paying more for less. This graphics card was the choice for me. It had the built in AMD 3D, and the ability to use multiple monitors, and TV's, for the same or lower price than the other cards. And did this without the need to buy other components. I installed it in a new Gateway DX4350, which has 6 /2.80HHz processor's, with 6 Gigs memory and a 1.5 TB hard drive.
Love the card, but only necessary for more than 2 DVI monitors
rayna colton, Amazon
25 November 2011
Summary: I have had a 5700 (not the flex edition) for a little over a year. I was slightly disappointed with the fact that I could only play Battlefield 3 on Medium settings, but overall I was very happy with the card, only downside of it is that it only supports 2 DVI monitors. I installed the 6770 flex a few days ago in crossfire mode with my current 5770.
Summary: I have been using this as a replacement for an aging 4850 which seemed to be raising case temps more as of late.. The specs on this card are not much different than the aforementioned 4850 with the exception of better multi monitor support. That was the greatest reason for the purchase of a newer gpu. This "Flex" version has included the cable adapters to make multi monitors a quick setup without finding and ordering at no telling the cost of connectors you may need.
Conclusion: The Radeon HD 6770 is quite an interesting little card. Alright, it’s not interesting at all – it’s the same as the HD 5770, after all. We pretty well knew what we were in for, but with recent driver improvements, it was still interesting to see how the card fared against the HD 6790 – a card that’s technologically much more capable.