Sapphire ATI Radeon HD 5770 1024MB GDDR5 PCI-Express Graphics Card
Core: 850MHz, Memory: 1024MB 4800MHz GDDR5, 1x DisplayPort, 1x HDMI, 2x DVI, 2 Years Warranty.
Description:Now, more people than ever can experience real innovation in DirectX 11 gaming with ATI Radeon HD 5700 Series graphics processors. Loaded with advanced technology, these GPUs have the power and premium features you need for fully immersive gameplay. Expand your visual real estate across up to three displays and get lost in the action with revolutionary ATI Eyefinity Technology. Using ATI Stream technology, accelerate even the most demanding applications and do more than ever with your PC. The first GPUs in this class to offer full support for DirectX 11, these GPUs enable rich, realistic visuals and explosive HD gaming performance so you can dominate the competition.
- Core Clock: 850MHz
- Memory: 1024MB GDDR5
- Memory Clock: 4800MHz (Effective)
- Memory Bandwidth: 76.8GB/s
- Processing Cores: 800
- Bus Type: PCI-Express 2.1
- Display Connectors: 2 Dual-Link DVI-I, 1 HDMI & 1 DisplayPort
- HDCP Capable
- DirectX 11 Support
- OpenGL 3.2 Support
- ATI CrossFireX Ready
- ATI Eyefinity Technology
- ATI Avivo HD
- ATI Stream Technology
- Warranty: 2 Years
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|Warranty Period (yrs)||2|
Comments, Questions & Reviews:
compatibility by Nick
Will this be compatible with 44082?
Great cards by Steve
I currently have 2 of these running in crossfire with an AMD 955BE and 8gig RAM and they run the main games brilliantly (Battlefield, Call of Duty, The Witcher 2 etc). I'd recommend them immediately to anyone wanting a powerful, yet affordable system. However, a good processor is essential to get the max out of these cards.
The only downside to crossfire which I would like to add is that you are dependent on ati releasing hotfixes to help the games run smoothly and quite often you need to wait a day or two after a new game is released for the hotfix that allows you to run the game smoothly.
Other than that which is a minor downside in my opinion I'd give these cards 5/5 in a heatbeat.
Can I crossfire different cards by Iain
I currently have an HD5770 graphics card but in a different brand to this one. Can I still crossfire them if I was to buy this or do they have to be the same exact card?
while i can not guarentee the compatibility of these components they should be fine.
Question by Andrew
Hi, What's the difference between this card and 38286? They look to be the same, so why the price difference?
Different manufacturers the specs seem to be the same.
will it work by alan
thinking of gettting this card, i 've acer m160 at te moment i have geforce gt220 now if i get this hd 5770, Question is will this be too much for my acer m160 ?? sorry i have cpu e5800
I can't find any details about the ACER M160, but you should notice a nice jump in performance going from a GT220 to a 5770. You should be OK with that CPU still.