Reviews and Problems with VisionTek Radeon HD 6770
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Its an excellent gpu and I haven't had any problems with it ...
Bj. Berg, Amazon
12 February 2015
Summary: I bought this second hand from a friend of mine. Its an excellent gpu and I haven't had any problems with it so far. I've read that after a while of use, it will begin to lose power. I've had it for over a year and my friend had it for over a year, and I have not noticed any change in power.
Great Value. Moderately fast in 2014's games. Works well under Linux.
9 January 2014
Summary: No longer cutting edge, this card was a decent stop up from the Geforce 240 I was using before. The price on used cards has dropped as of my purchase, and it seemed the best value for my money. The GDDR5 memory is a big plus.
Summary: I bought this video card for a customers' HP desktop model. The fan on his similar ATI card had started to go, and instead of replacing card with the exact model, this one was a better model but cheaper. However!
Summary: Pros: Easy install, great in the beginning, could run most games on High or Ultra Settings (Skyrim, Fallout 3) Cons: Lost gaming power over the course of 4 months, Now I cant even run Lower end games on High setting. Overall was a great card, but lost so much power over such a small amount of time.
Summary: For the price, this is an excellent video card. Plenty of ports and support for up to four monitors. This video card can compete with many of the $200 video cards out there today. Only thing I don't like about it is the power usage! Recomends a 400w supply! WTF?
Summary: I needed a single backplane video card, due to the backplan setup of my Dell computer, and it took me a long time to finally find this one. I has a great frame rate, however it does require a power connection, which require me to upgrade the standard dell power supply to a Antec 620 from Amazon.