Unmatched feature set.
Extremely low power consumption.
1GB of GDDR5 memory.
Easy to overclock and CrossfireX.
Lots of cooling headroom.
Requires only one 6-pin power connector.
HDMI and DisplayPort native interfaces.
No voltage control in ATI Overdrive.
No XFX tool available.
Premium pricing at launch.
By TechRadar on February 11, 2011
AMD's pokey little mid ranger, the HD 5770, has been around for some time now. AMD is in the process of refreshing its range with the new 6-series cards, so we have to ask: is there still a place in the world for this little fellow? The answer is a...70
By Maximum PC on February 09, 2011
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...70
By TechRadar on September 28, 2010
As the very cheapest of the HD 5770s we've tested, XFX's offering grabs our interest. Shop around, and you can have one of these for as little as £116 – that's a whole £35 cheaper than Sapphire's offering, with its...90
By MadShrimps on May 25, 2010
From the outside package to the card itself, XFX did a good job by including only high quality materials; this gives most potential buyers a very good overall product image. Even without opening the box, we can find al lot of information from outside...-
By Legit Reviews on May 25, 2010
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...-
By Atomic MPC on March 17, 2010
A tempting value gaming...84
By TweakNews on December 15, 2009
XFX's version of the HD5770 videocard is a great performing DirectX 11 videocard for the money. This videocard and its excellent reference cooling loves to overclock and performs beyond expectations for a mainstream videocard. In fact, two of them...-
By Benchmark Reviews on October 29, 2009
The performance of the XFX HD5770 is more than adequate for most game titles. In stock form it doesn't quite match an overclocked GTX260, but as soon as I leveled the playing field with a modest overclock in ATI Overdrive, it was more than...89
By Hardware Secrets on October 22, 2009
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...-
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...90