Sapphire Radeon HD 5770 FLEX Pro Reviews

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Sapphire Radeon HD 5770 FLEX Reviews

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HardwareHeaven 10/10 Aug 11 '10
Ninjalane  --- Aug 12 '10
Overclockers Club  --- Aug 12 '10
PC Perspective  --- Sep 03 '10
PureOverclock.com  --- Aug 12 '10
Techgage  --- Oct 18 '10
Tweak Town 95% Aug 21 '10
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"Sapphire have taken an already impressive product and improved it. Not just by using a different cooler though, they have also fixed a significant issue with the reference design which stopped many people moving to Eyefinity setups. For those who want to game on multiple displays without breaking the bank, Sapphires 5770 Flex Edition is the product to buy."
"Have you ever wanted to run three DVI monitors at once, without the hassle of having to buy adapters? Well now you can with the Sapphire HD 5770 FLEX!"
"The only sour spot with Sapphire Radeon HD 5770 Flex was the lack or any real overclocking potential. For the fabled Radeon HD 5770 has been known for great overclocking and to not be able to hit at the very least a 950 core speed is frowned upon by enthusiasts. Still, as with everything overclocked "your mileage may vary", and for us it did."
"Although on paper the Sapphire HD 5770 FleX appears to be just a reference designed 5770 with a different heat sink, it proves that it is much more through the overclocking headroom and how cool it operates. Being able to benchmark at 1 GHz core is not an insignificant feat, especially without voltage modification. The core was tested with a 15% overclock and the memory tested with a 13% overclock, not bad at all and there was the possibility for more headroom with enough patience."
"Sapphire is the first to market with a truly unique version of the Radeon HD 5770 that allows users to integrate an Eyefinity gaming solution without the need for an expensive active adapter. The custom design and unique implementation make this probably the best HD 5770 on the market though I still feel the feature would be better served on a higher end graphics card like the HD 5870. If you are comfortable with some overclocking on your own though you can push this HD 5770 a bit further to get more value of your dollar and I think you'll be very happy with your GPU purchase in this sub-$150 market."
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