XFX Radeon HD 5770 XXX 1GB / Sapphire Radeon HD 5770 Vapor-X 1GB video card review
25 March 2012
Conclusion: As per our thoughts during our original Radeon HD 5770 review a couple of months back, this particular part of AMD's DirectX 11 line-up occupies a tricky position in the current graphics eco-system - Priced very close to last generation's Radeon HD 4890 but without the same level of performance, yet...
Excerpt: The Radeon HD 5770 is AMD’s only GPU that hasn’t been recently updated; it’s still based on AMD’s first DX11 architecture. The XFX card fully supports AMD’s Eyefinity feature, offering four total video attachments: a pair of dual-link DVI ports, one DisplayPort connector, and an HDMI port.
Pros: Terrific warranty; triple-monitor support with just one card.
Cons: Gaming performance is so-so; relatively high power consumption at idle.
XFX Radeon HD 5770 1GB Single Slot Graphics Card Video Review
12 November 2010
Excerpt: This card is based on the top selling Radeon 5770 that we all know and love, but now features a single slot cooler. This gives the user better overall cooling when using multiple graphics cards in a CrossFire configuration.
XFX Radeon HD 5770 1GB Single Slot Graphics Card Unboxing Video
18 October 2010
Excerpt: The box for the XFX Radeon HD 5770 1GB Single Slot Graphics Card follows the same styling that we see on most XFX products, but this time, in a slimmer, more stylish packaging. Due to this card being single slot, the packaging reflects that by being a sleek, slim box.
Summary: : XFX offers many Radeon HD 5770 video cards, and when at reference clocks still perform on-par or better than NVIDIA’s competition but also provide the latest technology like DirectX 11 so why not get a double lifetime warranty and the great support that
Excerpt: This card is part of ATI’s new DirectX 11 range of cards, featuring the latest stream technology, ATI Eyefinity and giving fantastic results whilst maintaining a low power output with only one PCI-Express power connector.
Summary: During our tests Radeon HD 5770 showed to be between 7% and 31% than its “economy” version, Radeon HD 5750, depending on the resolution, game and image quality settings.
Radeon HD 5770 was also faster than Radeon HD 4870 on scenarios that high-performance is needed, especially on Crysis Warhead (30%...
Conclusion: With ATI DX11 cards being brought to market at what seems like every week, you would be forgiven if you blinked and missed a release. Indeed, they seem to be hell bent on blanketing nearly every price point with a card before the competition can even give us a preview of their answering salvo.
Conclusion: In many ways, we’ve always been fans of the HD 5770 mainly due to its pricing and performance per watt ratio. It doesn’t provide the best performance known to man but it is still able to push acceptable framerates at the resolutions most gamers use.