XFX Radeon HD 7770

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About this Product


The AMD HD 7770 sports the Cape Verde XT GPU. It comes packed with 1.5 billion transistors built on a 28nm node with a die size of 365mm² . Internally the core features 640 streaming processors, 16 ROPS and 40 texture units. The core clock speed is set at 1000MHz (1GHz) giving the Cape Verde XT graphics card a total compute power of 1.28 TFLOPs. The HD 7770 also utilizes a 1GB GDDR5 fame buffer that is clocked at 1125MHz (4500Mb/s QDR), giving the HD 7770 has a total memory bandwidth of 72Gbps.

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http://xfxforce.com/en-us/Products/Graphics-Cards/AMD/AMD-Radeon-HD-7000/AMD-Radeon-HD-7770.aspx

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XFX Radeon HD 7770 Reviews Rating: 86 out of 100 based on 3 ratings.

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Benchmark Reviews  --- Feb 14 '12
Bjorn3D 8/10 Feb 17 '12
HardwareHeaven 9/10 Feb 15 '12
techPowerUp! 8.8/10 Feb 14 '12
Neoseeker  --- Feb 15 '12
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XFX Radeon HD 7770 Review Overclockers Club -- Feb 14 '12

Benchmark Reviews on Feb 16 '12

"Although the XFX R7770 Black Super Overclocked Edition with Double Dissipation card benefits from XFX' first-rate hardware (2 ounce copper PCB, solid Japanese capacitors, dust-resistant fans,..."

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Bjorn3D on Feb 17 '12

"With its 10% factory overclocking, the XFX R7770 Black Edition Super Overclocked Double Dissipation is able to perform at the level of the HD 6850, while maintaining the cooling and performance of..."

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HardwareHeaven on Feb 15 '12

"A hugely impressive version of the 7770 from XFX. Industry leading design and build quality once again."

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Neoseeker on Feb 15 '12

"We examine two custom Cape Verde XT graphics cards from Sapphire and XFX. Both cards come with robust thermal solutions, but utilize the same GPU."

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techPowerUp! on Feb 16 '12

"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..."

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