Sapphire Radeon HD 5770 Reviews
Product Type: Sapphire graphic cards
Description:Model ID 21163-00-20R / Sapphire RADEON HD 5770 - Graphics adapter - Radeon HD 5770 - PCI Express 2.1 x16 - 1 GB GDDR5 - Digital Visual Interface (DVI), HDMI, DisplayPort ( HDCP ) - lite retail
Newest Review: ... around at regular random intervals. This was a known driver issue with some Asus motherboards in 2009 but has been fixed now. ... more
Customer Sapphire Radeon HD 5770 Reviews (6)
by - written on 09/08/10 (Very useful, 28 readings)
I had bought this card from PC World for an extortionate price but the prices now have settled down for what is truly the best mid range bang for buck graphics card out in the market. I have been using my card for roughly six months and what a delight it has been. First of all I was really impressed with the ultra low temperatures both under load and idling. The card was installed on my gaming rigg which previously housed a Sapphire 4850. The 4850 usually idled at 79 degrees and whilst gaming would reach a schorching 110+ - I have even had the odd reboots because of that in the past. This is a stark contrast to the 5770 which with ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/01/11 (Very useful, 53 readings)
Having recently purchased a new home computer and discovered the delights of running Windows 7 ultimate rather than the memory hungry Windows Vista I have been using for the last few years on my old PC I decided to improve the performance level of my new PC a little further by upgrading the graphics card. A few years back I used to play online games such as Quake III Arena and Unreal Tournament a lot online. This would require you to have a decent gaming PC and more importantly a powerful graphics card. I remember my first being the Nvidia Geforce 3 Ti 500. I would later switch allegiance to the ATI Radeon and then back to the Nvidia Geforce range. I stopped online ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/10/11 (Very useful, 6 readings)
I've had my 5770 for over two years and it has seen heavy daily use. It was about £120 back then, I imagine the price has dropped since then. I've been plugging it into my rig using one of the two HDMI inputs available into a single monitor. You can run multiple monitors on this card although I haven't tried this. Original drivers were a problem with my Asus motherboard - the screen would freeze with artifacts flickering around at regular random intervals. This was a known driver issue with some Asus motherboards in 2009 but has been fixed now. The only drawback with Radeon cards is the drivers - sometimes stability is sacrificed for ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/07/10 (Useful, 24 readings)
i got this graphics card last month, and can i say what a card it is! It can run oblivion pc at 1024x768 with 4xaa and most settings on high, along with qarls texture pack 3 (a textures improvement mod) at about 50-60 fps! I got mine for £149.99 In pc world, although i'm sure it can be got for cheaper online. it can also run portal at about 175 fps (vsync turned off). it comes with a crossfire cable, a molex to 6pin psu adapter (uses only one molex plug) and a drivers/utilities cd. it overclocks well with amd's ati overdrive utility, although my 480w psu couldn't handle the overclocks other people online had made, resulting in my system crashing a lot. The ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/07/10 (Useful, 18 readings)
The graphics card market is great. Wait two years and you can have what people paid top dollar for, for a fraction of the price. Or at least that was how it used to be. With the ATI 5000 series now you get more functionality. The main, and most useful, advance being eyefinity. A system that allows your graphics card to 'trick' your computer into thinking that multiple monitors are actually one. Allowing you to span your desktop, or your games across two or more screens. Bells and whistles aside, in raw performance terms this is roughly equivalent to the mid bracket of the older 4000 series cards, the ATI HD 4830 or 4850. MW2 high detail run smooth 70 fps+ ... Read the complete review
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