AMD Radeon HD 7770 Pro Reviews
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"How much will this little gem set you back? With the pricing we’ve been given, we have no indication on the UK price point, however expect the card to retail around the $159 (~£100) mark. With this rough pricing in mind this again shows its worth as a budget card for the everyday user. Naturally expect real world pricing to be a little higher than this once AMD’s partners put it through their design and build departments, but with what we’ve seen from their partners of recent months, expect interesting, sleek looking cards to make their stand on the market."
"The new HD 7770 and HD 7750 are leaner and not as mean as the HD 7970 and HD 7950 older siblings, but retail at a much lower price."
"So if you're a hardcore gamer, it's probably best to look at the GTX560 or HD6870 for a start, depending upon your loyalties. If you just want something that is quiet and fits in your HTPC setup with no gaming required, there are plenty of cards that will do that, at less money (the HD7950 for one)."
"Overall the HD 7770 is a good product with lots of potential, if there weren't the sky high price. AMD's officially suggested retailer pricing is "starting at $159", so we'll probably see retailers cashing in on these cards with inflated prices, like on the HD 7970 and HD 7950. Even at $159 the cards are way too expensive. They are up against the GTX 460 which is 20$ cheaper and delivers similar performance. HD 6850 ($135) and HD 6870 ($155) are faster, and give you much more bang for your buck, up to 30% more! If you are willing to shop used, you can find HD 5770 cards for well below $100, that have all the same major features and better price/performance, too. It seems that in its lower mid-range segment, the HD 7770 is the most expensive, least money-efficient card. However, I'm confident that AMD has lots of headroom on pricing for future price wars with NVIDIA. In my opinion a fair price for the HD 7770 would be below $130."
"The AMD Radeon HD 7770 GHz Edition and Radeon HD 7750 graphics cards have come to replace the Radeon HD 6770 and HD 6750 and are indeed faster, yet not fast enough to compete with Nvidia’s previous-generation solutions, particularly the GeForce GTX 560. In fact, the Radeon HD 7750 ($109) can’t be viewed as an entry-level gaming card since its performance is too low even for 1920x1080, which is the lowest standard resolution for a gaming computer. The Radeon HD 7770 GHz Edition is somewhat more interesting but seems to be overpriced at its $159, so we expect it to get as cheap as $139 and thus avoid the comparison with the GeForce GTX 560 which is obviously faster. Instead, it should compete against the GeForce GTX 560 SE or even the GTX 550 Ti."