ATI Radeon HD 5770 Pro Reviews

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ATI Radeon HD 5770 Reviews

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Alien Babel Tech  --- Oct 23 '09
Benchmark Reviews 9.3/10 Nov 24 '09
Benchmark Reviews 9.2/10 Oct 12 '09
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Techgage  --- Dec 07 '09
Techgage  --- Oct 13 '09 8/10 Dec 03 '09
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"Averaging the total performance change from all of the benchmarks today, the 5770 comes out 27.92% ahead of the 4850 overall, and a minuscule 1.75% slower than the GTX260+ overall. This is a good result for launch drivers, especially considering the GTX260+ has vastly superior fillrate and memory bandwidth compared to the 5770. We once again see that theoretical specifications don’t necessarily translate into reality."
"The ATI Radeon HD5770 earns a Golden Tachometer Award, because it's a game-changing package for the middle ground. Perfectly timed to match up with the launch of Windows 7 and its DirectX 11 interface, it's the card to get if you are putting a system together in its price range."
"Radeon HD5770 CrossFireX earns a Gold Tachometer Award, because it delivers an unprecedented level of performance at the $500 mark. Not only that, it's budget friendly in another way; you don't have to come up with all the cash up front. You can buy one card now, and have a guaranteed upgrade path. What makes this combination more worthy than CrossFireX combinations in the past is its scalability with first generation drivers. This is the first time an entirely new architecture has come out of the gate with this level of stability and performance in a multi-GPU arrangement."
"The bottom line is really simple: With the Radeon series 5700 products, and in specific the 5770 -- ATI brings an intensely feature rich product to the market that offers plenty of performance for current and modern games. It has good cooling and offers less noise compared to a 4850. So if you are in the mid-range market right now seeking a new graphics card, we can recommend it wholeheartedly."
"The bottom line: the 3-way GPU experience is a little so-so and I'm not sure if I really want to recommend you taking that path. Dual (2-way) GPU Crossfire however works really well, and that's something we definitely can recommend. However if you were opting to spend 450-500 USD on a 3-way Radeon HD 5770 setup, we'd very much like to recommend you to wait on the upcoming Hemlock X2 graphics card or perhaps just go for the Radeon HD 5850 in 2-way CrossfireX. It's roughly the same money and performance, but will offer a much better overall game experience without many issues."