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Full Hardware and Software Package.
Direct X 11 Compatible.
Eyefinity Multi Display Capable.
Fan is rather loud at speeds over 50%.
By TechReaction.net on April 04, 2010
This card has left a great impression on us. When we first got the card, we were not sure what to expect, since all of the talk was “5850 this and 5870 that.” Needless to say, there was a big unknown factor going into the review. Well, we...
By Overclock3D on March 29, 2010
Wow. That almost left us breathless.Back at the start we wondered if the speed to which the community latched on to the performance that a HD4770 Crossfire setup had, would ATI deliberately detune the HD5770 so that the HD5870 still was the weapon of...
By XSReviews on March 09, 2010
The Sapphire Radeon HD 5770 has really impressed. Despite not offering the heights of performance that Cypress powered cards can achieve, the frame rates are solid enough and offer an adequate level of performance in keeping with the price point. The...
By Hardware Canucks on January 19, 2010
Personally, I’m of the opinion that both Sapphire’s HD 5770 and HD 5850 provide excellent value for your money by offering high-end performance coupled with excellent efficiency. Both of these cards have truly set the bar high and may...
By TweakNews on November 25, 2009
As a DirectX 11 launching point, the HD5770 from Sapphire is surprisingly a very quick and powerful videocard for little money. Right out of the box it plays with the HD4850, bullies it around the school yard then takes its lunch. Then it runs over...
By Neoseeker on November 04, 2009
Those of you somewhat new to video card reviews, might have been distressed to see that the HD 5770 came in last in many of our benchmarks. This was to be expected though: the video cards up against the HD 5770 were a tough bunch. While we had hoped...
By RegHardware on October 28, 2009
Throttled performance limits this otherwise ideal mid-range gaming graphics...
By Good Gear Guide on October 19, 2009
Despite random outbursts of loudness and a large construct, the HD5770 will not disappoint when push comes to shove....
By HardwareHeaven on October 13, 2009
There are many positive aspects when looking at the 5750 and 5770. First of all they feature full DirectX 11 and DirectCompute 11 support. Next we have some great power consumption figures which drop as low as 16w when idle and then we have the great...
By Overclockers Club on October 13, 2009
Sapphire and ATI have brought out a series of video cards that offer great performance for the right price point. Coming in at $159 for the HD 5770 and $129 for the HD 5750, you have a set of cards that compare well performance wise to the GTX 260 and...
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