Sapphire Radeon HD 5770 Vapor-X 1GB GDDR5 PCIe
Great overclocking potential.
VaporX cooler keeps temperatures low.
Low power consumption.
DirectX 11 support.
Native HDMI output.
Dirt 2 voucher included.
Support for AMD EyeFinity Technology.
No overclock out of the box.
DirectX 11 won't be relevant for quite a while.
No support for CUDA / PhysX.
Worst factory overclock ever.
By Kitguru.net on June 09, 2010
Sapphire cooling solutions still lead the...85
By techPowerUp! on February 03, 2010
AMD's Radeon HD 5770 offers a healthy performance boost of more than 25% over the last generation HD 4770. It also brings several new features to the table like EyeFinity, support for DirectX 11 and improved HDMI audio. Another area that has been...90
By Bjorn3D on February 01, 2010
The Sapphire 5770 Vapor-X is a mixed bag. On one hand you have a card that has a very nice cooler. This cooler helped a little bit with overclocking, and kept the card far under the stock temperatures. On the other hand it wasn't much of an...75
By Fudzilla on January 26, 2010
Today we’ll talk about one of the quietest HD 5770 offerings - Sapphire’s Vapor-X HD5770. You’re probably already familiar with Vapor-X technology, but if you’re not we’ll brief you real quick – Vapor-X runs similarly...-
By HardwareHeaven on January 26, 2010
PowerColor give us a higher factory overclock and following a BIOS update near silent operation which makes this card even more desirable than the standard card from other manufacturers. Sapphire offer...90
By itreviews.com on January 22, 2010
Sapphire's Vapour-X version of the HD5770 is an ideal solution for those people putting together a quiet system but who don't want to compromise on gaming performance, solutions that seem completely opposed to each other. The Vapour-X offers...-
By Pureoverclock on January 04, 2010
AMD's push to bring a 40nm GPU to the market was a smart move with their previous generation 4800 lineup, and building upon that now in the 5000 series, purposely focusing on gaming value for their graphics cards. True to form then, the Sapphire...90
By Elite Bastards on December 22, 2009
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...-
By Techgage on December 16, 2009
The more I use an HD 5770, the more I like it, and one of the latest reasons is the Vapor-X. Compared to a reference card, the Vapor-X carries a ~$15 premium, and from what we saw here, I'd have to say that it's well worth it. I should make it...95
By HEXUS.net on December 16, 2009
We think that product differentiation becomes a key selling point when the market is littered with reference designs. This is never more true than in the graphics-card space where partners follow AMD and NVIDIA's designs to the letter.Seguing...80