AMD ATI Radeon HD 5770 1GB GDDR5 PCIe

  • AMD ATI Radeon HD 5770 1GB GDDR5 PCIe
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Based on 18 scores, 54 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    5
  • Good:
    8
  • Average:
    1
  • Bad:
    4

Pros:

  • A less expensive, but modern card that can still handle gaming.
  • It's a 4870with DirectX 11, Great power envelope, Practically silent, Cheap
  • Unmatched feature set, Extremely low power consumption, 1.36 TeraFLOPS for $159 (at launch), HDMI and DisplayPort interfaces, Cool, quiet operation, Requires only one 6-pin power connector, Sleek, modern looks, Most heat is exhausted outside the case

Cons:

  • With only a single 6 pin power connector, you’re limited with overclocking.
  • Without driver improvement, will be matched or beaten by HD 4870s

Expert reviews and ratings

By The Tech Report on

Putting together these value comparisons is harder than it looks. Oh, sure, looking at our overall value graphs and making broad generalizations is a lot of fun, but it can be quite misleading. You've gotta keep the hidden variables in mind. If this...

By TopTenREVIEWS on 63

It can handle some intense gaming but it might be best to not...

By Overclock3D on

So what conclusion can be drawn from todays testing?Firstly I'm sure a lot of you have come into todays review with a preconceived notion of exactly what card you'd like. In previous times the general consensus was to purchase the highest priced...

By BeHardware on

Both the Radeon HD 5770 and the Radeon HD 5750 are excellent products. As well as being ready for Microsoft’s new API, they give good performance, are relatively undemanding in terms of energy and aren’t too noisy. They offer full connectivity,...

By TheTechLounge on

I had other questions about the 5700-series beyond what the press briefing covered, and Dave Erskine got back to me with some emailed answers.Me: If you add a 2nd 5700 series card to a computer, can you run 6 monitors? Dave: Not at this time, the...

By TechTree on

I know we got a little sidetracked after ATI dropped the HD5970 in our office, as I had promised the review of the mid-range cards next. But now, having covered all the price segments, we finally come to a very important one - the mid-range gaming...

By XSReviews on 80

Ultimately it seems that the 5770 is a pretty good upgrade for anyone with a card that's seen better years and the gamer's that want to play most games at near top detail levels without breaking the bank. This vanilla version isn't the best...

By Benchmark Reviews on 92

The performance of the HD5770 is pretty amazing, considering the modest looking hardware resources that make it all possible. One way of showing this objectively is to look at the power required to deliver the performance. The 5770 offers roughly the...

By Tom's Hardware UK on

In our second chart, we use normalized results for each benchmark, converting the scores into percentages and then calculating the final result. This ensures that individual benchmarks in which a single card...

By DigitalVersus on 60

The card at a glance For our tests, HIS supplied us with their Radeon HD 5770 H577F1GDG. It’s not really an original card since it uses the ATI stock design. The size, cooler, and clocks are the same as on a standard Radeon HD 5770. The rear...

By Trusted Reviews on 80

Last month AMD unveiled the worlds first DirectX 11 graphics cards in the form of the and and mighty fine cards they were too. However, priced at £340 for the former and £240 for the latter, they weren't exactly what you'd call...

By ComputerPowerUser on 80

The 5770 benefits from a full complement of 10 SIMD (single instruction multiple data) engines, which is the same number of SIMD engines found in the R770 and R790, better known as the Radeon HD 4870 and 4890. As a...

By X-bit Labs on

AMD’s mainstream products have taken up the DirectX 11 banner now. We guess the new Radeon HD 5700 series is a success and virtually free from noticeable drawbacks. There is currently a hiatus in the Radeon HD 5x00 line-up at $160-199. What card is...

By ImpulseGamer on 87

AMD have just released another new graphics card into the budget conscientious market with the ATI Radeon HD 5770. Unlike the Radeon HD 5870 which was released by AMD a month ago, this card targeted the high-end video card market and was generally out...

By PCWorld India on 87

ATI continues its excellence in the graphics card segment with the new HD 5770. The new Radeon gives great performance, is priced reasonably and runs cool....

By PC Advisor on 70

ATI’s HD 5850 is an undoubted triumph. The 5770, not quite so. Indeed, the manufacturer’s own HD 4870 knocks it for six. But ATI’s unlikely to shoot itself in the foot for too long, and we can imagine the 4870 will disappear from the...

By Legion Hardware on

Manufacturer: AMDPrice: $320 USAuthor: Steven WaltonEditor: Kylie PerrinDate: 19/10/2009DISCUSS REVIEW [ Conclusion ]The Radeon HD 5770 performance when working in Crossfire mode was impressive to say the least. Although we are not normally advocates...

By The Tech Report on

The performance comparisons we made in this review aren't entirely fair, in the sense that we've pitted older, larger chips with wider paths to memory against the 5700-series cards. The GT200b GPU in the GeForce GTX 260 has nearly three times...

By HardwareZone.com on

Perhaps we were expecting too much, but the Radeon HD 5770 was a little underwhelming in our books. Where performanceis concerned, we expected it to be positioned in between the Radeon HD 4890 and HD 4870, but our tests have shown that it was mostly a...

By Tom's Hardware on

They don’t have a good point of reference, so they’re seeing Radeon HD 5770/5750, Radeon HD 4870, and GeForce GTX 260 on the shelf next to each other for the first time. Available for $145 online, and with consistently better performance than the...