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post #71 of 86
this card is completely irrelevant at it's price range. even if the die's been shrunk, the price does not justify the performance. madsmiley.png
post #72 of 86
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So today is 12th feb, where are the reviews?

Could have sworn it was the 15th.

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Almost positive that AMD never releases products on weekends.

Edit: They don't. JF-AMD said this in regards to the Bulldozer launch:
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I am not going to comment on any date. There are 90 days in a quarter, shave off the weekends and that cuts it down to ~60 days. Then assume nobody launches on a friday, now you are down to ~48-50 days.

I'd assume that they wouldn't launch graphics products on weekends either.

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Actually, something I just noticed from that chart: apparently 7770/7750 is supposed to be aimed at replacing the 6790's market segment. Interesting.

Given the 3DMark 11 numbers in the OP, this definitely seems like it's the case. Obviously, the validity of those numbers is questionable, but if they're correct, this will essentially perform like a 6850, perhaps slightly under based on driver maturity. If they were able to score this back in December, then I'd assume they'd score a bit better now.

So, a $150 MSRP card performing the same or slightly under a card that's selling at $150 right now, with far less power draw (~33% less), DX11.1, and what will likely turn out to be some great overclocking headroom on 28nm... I think the 7770 will be a fantastic card.
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this card is completely irrelevant at it's price range. even if the die's been shrunk, the price does not justify the performance. madsmiley.png

Slightly under a 6850 at the same price point = irrelevant? Given driver maturity, I'm sure it'd surpass the 6850.
Edited by Homeles - 2/12/12 at 7:54am
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How so, Deeds? Not red and black enough?

450

336

The red and black is fine. It's just the fan placement, shape, and size.

Where does the heat go on those cards? Straight down into the case, or out the rear of the case.
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I'd assume that most of it would get blown out the back, but I'd imagine some of it would leak into the case. Not that this card is going to run even remotely hot.
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post #75 of 86
So 6870 or 7770? Which will be better bang for the buck?
post #76 of 86
No tests, no answer. However i highly doubt that this card will beat 6850, may be close on stock clocks. But then 28 nm tiny chip may overclock like mad.
post #77 of 86
Guess we will wait to Wed and find out.
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6870 a day
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http://www.techpowerup.com/160476/Radeon-HD-7770-Put-Through-3DMark-11.html
yes no?
score seems quite high for succesor of 5670 and 6770. this card should be an epic at its price range.

+ xfx version
http://www.techpowerup.com/160498/XFX-Radeon-HD-7770-Double-Dissipation-Black-Edition-Pictured.html
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soo a die shrunk rebrand 5770?

Seems so, same scores as my overclocked 5770. I was hoping to upgrade to the 7770, now it looks like I will have to get a 7870 to get a nice boost in performance over my current card.
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