Sapphire Radeon HD 5770 FleX 1GB GDDR5 PCIe
Eyefinity support out of the box.
No need for Displayport monitor or active dongle.
Great power to performance ratio.
Cool running chips.
Great for gaming on a mid-range budget.
3x DVI Monitor Eyefinity setup.
4 Monitor Gaming (w/ DisplayPort).
Struggles when playing intensive games at very high resolutions.
Poor overclocking potential.
By Fudzilla on May 13, 2011
Radeon HD 5770 Flex Edition is a graphics card for multi-display solutions. Namely, the card allows for connecting three displays without using DisplayPort or active adapter, or four displays if one o them supports DisplayPort. AMD recently renamed...-
By Techgage on October 18, 2010
When I had the chance to take a good look at Eyefinity using both 3 and 6 monitor configurations this past spring, I became a believer fast. With the HD 5000 series launch, I jumped to conclusions that multi-monitor gaming wouldn't take off, but...-
By Kitguru.net on October 07, 2010
If the emails we have been receiving for the last month have been anything to go by, the enthusiast gaming audience is warming to the thought of low cost multiple monitor configurations. We recently reviewed the mouth watering , but as many people...90
By TechSmart.co.za on October 05, 2010
The Sapphire ATI HD 5770 is an all-around powerful GPU which impressed us at every turn. The card operates much quieter than previous Radeon 4000 series cards and all-in-all provides a great upgrade that can easily fit the budget of the average...-
By The Inquirer on September 29, 2010
With Sapphire's Radeon HD 5770 Flex Edition you can set up a three-monitor Eyefinity display using the DVI and HDMI ports, without touching the Displayport outlet. Of course, if you have either a monitor that supports Displayport or an active dongle...70
By TechRadar on September 28, 2010
Sapphire's Flex Edition entry into the 5770 fray is as solid and competent as you'd expect from one of the key historical ATI partnerships. It's as roundly well-featured as any other 5770 out there, boasting HDMI, DisplayPort and two DVI-out...80
By Expert Reviews on September 18, 2010
The idea is a great one, Eyefinity gaming without DisplayPort, but the card itself is only just up to the task, for now....80
By Motherboards.org on September 15, 2010
Multiple monitor gaming and usage has been around for many years with dual displays being at the heart of video cards since the advent of the Riva TNT2 cards way back in 1999. 3 monitor gaming was introduced with the Matrox Parhelia graphics card in...-
By PCPer on September 03, 2010
Sapphire is the first to market with a truly unique version of the Radeon HD 5770 that allows users to integrate an Eyefinity gaming solution without the need for an expensive active adapter. The custom design and unique implementation make this...-
By Kitguru.net on August 13, 2010
The HD5770 Flex has reinforced Sapphire’s position as ATi’s strongest and most creative...95