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Old Oct 12, 2009, 06:07 PM   #1
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HD 5770 / 5750 Reviews:

Anandtech
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DriverHeaven
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Guru3D (Crossfire)
Guru3D (Tri Crossfire)
HardwareCanucks (5750)
HardwareCanucks (5770)
HardwareCanucks (Asus 5770 Voltage Tweak Edition)
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Summary:

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"When it comes to the HD 5770 1GB, there is simply nothing else on the market today which features this kind of performance and efficiency in the sub-$200 category. Period."

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"If you are on a budget and want a new video card, and require the latest features and technology support with a very enjoyable gameplay experience, the Radeon HD 5700 series should be on your short list."

EliteBastards
"In short then, if you're looking for a new graphics board to usher you into the DirectX 11 era without either overly skimping on performance or breaking the bank, then either of these offerings, and in particular Sapphire's Radeon HD 5770, would be very much worthy of your consideration."

Guru3D
"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."


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Old Oct 13, 2009, 05:45 AM   #2
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Old Oct 13, 2009, 09:27 AM   #3
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Old Oct 13, 2009, 04:14 PM   #4
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All I can Say is "WOW". The 5770 is not great(by itself), but crossfire it and ..wow! Somehow it's scaling is even better than the 4870's.

The 5770 XF is "usually" within about 5% of a 5870 throughout most all the tests. And even sometimes beating it!

I was mostly looking at the ComputerBase review.

Riddick AODA - 2560x1600 8xAA/16xAF:
5770 - 14.8 FPS
5770 XF - 35.7 FPS
141% Crossfire increase! What?!?!?!?


Anno 1440 - 2560x1600 8xAA/16xAF:
5770 - 23.2 FPS
5870 - 27.0 FPS
5770 XF - 45.6 FPS
69% increase over a 5870! ..and yet another 141% increase over a single 5770
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Old Oct 13, 2009, 08:11 PM   #5
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All I can Say is "WOW". The 5770 is not great(by itself), but crossfire it and ..wow! Somehow it's scaling is even better than the 4870's.

The 5770 XF is "usually" within about 5% of a 5870 throughout most all the tests. And even sometimes beating it!

I was mostly looking at the ComputerBase review.

Riddick AODA - 2560x1600 8xAA/16xAF:
5770 - 14.8 FPS
5770 XF - 35.7 FPS
141% Crossfire increase! What?!?!?!?


Anno 1440 - 2560x1600 8xAA/16xAF:
5770 - 23.2 FPS
5870 - 27.0 FPS
5770 XF - 45.6 FPS
69% increase over a 5870! ..and yet another 141% increase over a single 5770
Whoa, that's massively strange.

How is it possible that it's faster than a 5870?
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Old Oct 13, 2009, 09:18 PM   #6
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Again, the 5770 IS great ... it's 40% faster than 4770, DX11, Eyefinity, lower power consumption = WIN.
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Don't like it, it's slower than the 4870 which is currently cheaper. A new gen at said price point should be faster.

On the plus side, performance/watt is really amazing.
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Old Oct 13, 2009, 10:28 PM   #8
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Again, the 5770 IS great ... it's 40% faster than 4770, DX11, Eyefinity, lower power consumption = WIN.
and ASUS 5770 can o/c over 1Ghz no problem!
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Whoa, that's massively strange.

How is it possible that it's faster than a 5870?
My guess is a driver issue, or for whatever reason the game can't use more than 800 sp's or some freaky deal.
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Don't like it, it's slower than the 4870 which is currently cheaper. A new gen at said price point should be faster.

On the plus side, performance/watt is really amazing.
Agree ... 5850 is the bet if you wanna upgrade..From 159 to 269 you get very big performance boost.
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The release of these new GPUs shows us that AMD is confident that arch-rival NVIDIA isn't going to raise the mid-range performance bar - be it fps or features - anytime soon. This is why Radeon HD 5770/50 don't beat older cards which now come in at the same (or lower) price point. Truth is, they don't have to, and that's a little worrying for the consumer.
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While there's nothing in particular wrong with the 5770, it just doesn't do enough to stand out and we're left feeling disappointed with what AMD has delivered at this price point - we haven't gone anywhere in a year. We feel that's because AMD is confident that Nvidia cannot compete in this portion of the market for a while, which is a worrying proposition for consumers. For the Radeon HD 5770 to become an attractive product for gamers, it needs to fit in somewhere between the current 4870 and 4850 pricing at around £100 inc VAT. Until that happens, you're better off considering one of the previous generation cards while they're still available.
Those two reviews pretty much sum up how I feel about the 57xx and the 5800 series as well. The cards are fine, the pricing is not. Prices will probably be normalized when Nvidia gets new high-end and mid-range cards out, but that might not happen in over 6 months.
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and ASUS 5770 can o/c over 1Ghz no problem!
At higher voltage than default, i looking for the ASUS HD5770 BIOS but no luck yet, at 970mhz the GPU start artifacting, so more voltage needed

MSI Afterburner v1.2.0 support the card already, but no voltage control
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GPU-Z 0.3.6 released with 5750/5770 support, if someone have a ASUS card save the BIOS and submit to Techpowerup online database
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no only if either Asus extended their warranty to Lifetime+ like XFX or if XFX had such a tool/ability I'd actually consider downgrading from my 4890 XFX to the 5770
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Don't like it, it's slower than the 4870 which is currently cheaper. A new gen at said price point should be faster.

On the plus side, performance/watt is really amazing.
I think it should be faste than the 4850, which it is, and it nips right at the heels of the 4870. Plus the 4870 supply is drying up fast, so very shortly it will be the default choice in that price range.
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Don't like it, it's slower than the 4870 which is currently cheaper. A new gen at said price point should be faster.
HD 4870 debuted at $299. With the HD 5770 debuting at $159, just over half the 4870's initial MSRP, I'm not sure your comparison makes a lot of sense.
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Yeah, it's no so much that the 57xx series are overpriced, it's just that the unusually early price cuts on the 48xx series make those cards incredibly good deals right now. I remember right after the 4850 launched the slower 3870's were still at a higher retail price for over a month. If the 3870 had dropped to 100USD before the 4850 was around people would have said the same thing about 3870x2 vs 4850.
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Agree ... 5850 is the bet if you wanna upgrade..From 159 to 269 you get very big performance boost.
That is very true, however, for only $50 more i could get 2 5770's which according to reviews, 2 5770's equal or beat the 5870. So I'm quite sure it would definitely beat the 5850 easily.

My 5770 should be here tomorrow, and when the prices come down, I will get another one to crossfire. Time to retire my 4830.
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