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HIS Radeon HD 5770 H577FK1GD


$173.99 Released January, 2011

Product Shot 1 The Pros:One of the cheapest 5770s available. Energy efficient--fairly low TDP when idle. Excellent price-to-performance ratio comparable to the Nvidia GTX 460.

The Cons:Overclocking performance is severely limited. Only comes with a 2-year warranty compared to manufacturers like EVGA which offers a lifetime warranty.

The HIS Radeon HD 5770 H577FK1GD is a lower middle class PCI Express x16 desktop graphics card featuring the Park(Pro) architecture and manufactured in 40nm. Essentially an upgrade from the HD 5450 H545H1GD1, the HD 5770 H577FK1GD upgrades from 1GB of 650MHz DDR3 to 1GB of 850MHz GDDR5.

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Plus it offers an improved 128-bit memory interface. This means the card can better handle demanding 3D games, though users are still recommended to use no higher than low-medium settings. Note that the H577FK1GD graphics card relies on HDMI, DVI, and DisplayPort connectivity ports. Note also that the HDMI v1.3 interface is 8-channel HD audio and 1080p video compatible. Due to the additional components, the card also has a dual-slot fan to deal with the additional heat.

Features

  • Entry-Level GPU
  • PCI Express x16
  • 850MHz Core Clock
  • 4800MHz Memory Clock
  • 1024MB Memory Size
  • GDDR5 Memory Type
  • 128-Bit Memory Interface
  • DirectX 11
  • OpenGL 3.2
  • 1080p Video
  • Dual Monitor Support
  • Unified Video Decoder 2 (UVD 2)
  • 7.1-Channel Audio
  • DVI/HDMI
  • DisplayPort
  • Dual-Slot Fan
  • Park (Pro) Architecture
  • Manufactured in 40nm

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    One of the cheapest 5770s available.

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    Energy efficient--fairly low TDP when idle.

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    Excellent price-to-performance ratio comparable to the Nvidia GTX 460.

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    Excellent integrated cooling--doesn't overheat even under heavy load.

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    Runs DX11 games with playable frames-per-second, handles nearly anything in CrossFireX.

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    Eyefinity technology allows for three displays on a single card.

Cons
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    Overclocking performance is severely limited.

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    Only comes with a 2-year warranty compared to manufacturers like EVGA which offers a lifetime warranty.

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