PowerColor Radeon HD 5770 PCS Pro Reviews
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"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 similar performance to the PCS+ but mixes that with better thermal performance and equally silent operation. The Vapor-X 5770 also overclocked very well.
Given that both cards come with great bundles and a two year warranty the decision on which to buy has to come down to which mix of the above performance/noise/potential the consumer prefers... or which can be found for the lowest price on the day of purchase."
"PowerColor gives the HD 5770 the Professional Cooling System treatment in today's look at this high-end-mid-range video card. "
"In order to offset their product from the competition, PowerColor has increased the clock speeds on their PCS+ HD 5770 slightly, but unfortunately this can only make a small difference of 3% over the HD 5770 reference design. On a game running at 60 FPS, a 3% improvement results in 61.8 FPS, a difference you will certainly not notice during gaming. Manual overclocking is also less than spectacular with only 6% on the core and 16% on the memory.
At a price of $180 the card is just too expensive when compared to the AMD HD 5770 reference design which goes for around $155. It is understandable that a price premium is justified for the increase in clock speeds and the custom cooler, but $25 feels like a bit much for that performance segment. Overall PowerColor has delivered a solid card that does well in all areas but can not really score big anywhere to make it a must-buy when compared to other HD 5770 cards."