Reviews and Problems with XFX Radeon HD 4770 512 MB DDR5 (HD-477A-YDFC)
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Stephen K., Newegg
10 February 2013
Pros: Good budget card if you can find one. Can run games at 1920x1080 if you put the settings down to Medium-High with no AA on. Other wise you can run High on lower resolutions. They are also a pretty good overclocker.
Cons: Not a real problem, but the fan profile on this card is set really high. The card does run a little hot, but that is to be expected with this type of cooler.
Summary: If it dies I will certainly replace it. It should not be discontinued.
Pros: Solid as a tank. Used for over 2 years and still runs the latest games on a slow dual core PC. I don't know but this card made me feel like I was running a $300 graphic card. This must have been one of the most sucessful built by AMD/ATI. Still runs like a strong sherman tank on my new upgrade PC.
Cons: Does get a little hot after years of light use. But thats normal. No cons after 2 years of use.
Summary: 1-Work with low temperature 50-55 ℃ max load. 2-Runs well most games. 3-Max Consumption in full load is 80W only. 4-Low price + high performance. 5-Good overclock My max oc stable is Gpu:850mhz and Ram:1000mhz only 60℃.
Summary: Radeon HD 4770 512 Mb DDR5 I was a little displeased regarding the graphic card. When i ordered it i expected to receive an XFX 4770 as posted in the picture. Instead i recieved a HIS which is a little cheaper brand and doesnt have as good of a warranty.
Summary: Don't have a whole lot of cash but want something pretty good - this is a great card for the money. I was checking out the BIOS and I notice it states something along the lines of the power being incorrect - it's burned in like that, what gives??
Pros: Great card, good power altho haven't fully tested the power to the limit as of yet due to under-rated power supply that's now enroute
Cons: Runs a lot hotter @ stock speeds than I like, 57 degrees C @ 100% fan speed. I was checking out the BIOS and I notice it states something along the lines of the power being incorrect - it's burned in like that, what gives??