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Would it be a substantial upgrade over my HD5570?

Without a doubt. However, an HD 6850 or 6870 would also be a substantial upgrade. The only reason I would get an HD 7770 or 7750 is because of the reduced power draw. The price is too high for the cards to be performance contenders.
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Total system power consumption of 223W under load is EPIC. Bring back the 400W PSU's!

This. I love nVIDIA but seriously, the power consumption of Fermi is too much of a bank breaker. A 300w m-ITX system is totally what I would prefer to use. biggrin.gif Awesomesauce...
     
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Power Usage with Intel Core i7-3960X <<<< ???? !!!!!

223 Watts under load??????

320 Watt PSU is AOK!

Man, this with an i5-2500k would be one awesome little computer, and it could all fit in a little box too!

This is awesome, truly...

Love the direction they are taking us now, oh yeah!

I hate to say this, but, AMD is making NVIDIA look bad, real bad...
Edited by _GTech - 2/14/12 at 11:59pm
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Without a doubt. However, an HD 6850 or 6870 would also be a substantial upgrade. The only reason I would get an HD 7770 or 7750 is because of the reduced power draw. The price is too high for the cards to be performance contenders.

Thanks, smile.gif

I might wait it out, wait for the price to lower then buy a 7750 or even a 6850, whatever falls into my budget. thumb.gif
 
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Thanks, smile.gif
I might wait it out, wait for the price to lower then buy a 7750 or even a 6850, whatever falls into my budget. thumb.gif

Once Kepler is released, the price of 7000 series will drop.
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Barely beating HD 5770 and thats because of the clock advantage.

Still overclocks much better than the 5770.
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Once Kepler is released, the price of 7000 series will drop.

Looks like my patience is going to be tested by waiting biggrin.gif

I cant wait to see AMD's NEXT line up.. 8xxx? tongue.gif
~300GB/s?
.. just wait until we start touching 1TB/s :3 hopefully within my life time.

AMD 9990, 6,000 Processors, ~1380GB/s, GDDR10 ... just thinking about it makes me happy
 
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Still overclocks much better than the 5770.

......So? It's on a 28nm process and it's beating a card from a 40nm process that was released in October 2009. (It's Feb 2012 in case you didn't realize) That's not something to brag about. It can't even meet the 6850, overclocked or not. And did you see the dismal minimum frame rates? Minimums are (by far) the most important thing when gaming.

I'm not even sure "it overclocks better" is true. Many people could reach 1000-1050mhz on their 5770s, an increase of 20-23%. This is overclocking from 1ghz to 1.2ghz.. 20%. Looks to be about the same to me..
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This. I love nVIDIA but seriously, the power consumption of Fermi is too much of a bank breaker. A 300w m-ITX system is totally what I would prefer to use. biggrin.gif Awesomesauce...

Yeah, a real bank breaker. I totally can't handle paying an extra 9 cents for every 10 hours of full-on gaming I do. I don't know how I'm going to afford these fermis. rolleyes.gif

You have no idea how little power a PC uses over the course of it's life.
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......So? It's on a 28nm process and it's beating a card from a 40nm process that was released in October 2009. (It's Feb 2012 in case you didn't realize) That's not something to brag about. It can't even meet the 6850, overclocked or not. And did you see the dismal minimum frame rates? Minimums are (by far) the most important thing when gaming.
I'm not even sure "it overclocks better" is true. Many people could reach 1000-1050mhz on their 5770s, an increase of 20-23%. This is overclocking from 1ghz to 1.2ghz.. 20%. Looks to be about the same to me..

Looking at 5770 reviews, none of them broke 1000 MHz from what I'm seeing.

The disappointment with this card isn't with what it's intended to do, but with its price. It does a great job of filling the gap between a 6790 and a 6850, which is what's it's supposed to do, but it's not priced accordingly. A 6850 can be had for less, making the 7770 irrelevant. Priced at $140, this card would be great, at least given its competition.

The 7750 on the other hand I feel is in a great position (or at least a much better one, relative to the 7770). At $110, it performs pretty well compared to the 5770.

Obviously this launch is a big loss for bang for the buck, but I don't think that the 7000 series in general will be really relevant until Kepler arrives and AMD prices their new GPUs like they're actually trying to sell them.
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Without a doubt. However, an HD 6850 or 6870 would also be a substantial upgrade. The only reason I would get an HD 7770 or 7750 is because of the reduced power draw. The price is too high for the cards to be performance contenders.
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Wow... at those power levels, this thing beats an HD 6870 in most tests. That's impressive.
However, based on the current prices of HD 6870's (Can be found for as low as $155 at newegg.com) I would say that the old cards are easily the better buy in this case, regardless of the power penalty incurred by them. The HD 6870 wasn't a terribly inefficient card with power usage already, so no real problem there.
Still, if this is a sign of what's to come, the HD 7770 is a very positive advancement.
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No, it's not impressive. Not for 160 dollars. Not when you can buy a superior 6850 for 140 or an even better 6870 for 160-170. It's trash, and I don't like the road the "new AMD" travels.
Also, you saying it would be between the 6850 and 6870 and it actually happening are two different things. It's behind the 6850 in every single test that I looked at. The only thing it wins? It's most expensive and uses the least power. Big deal. Please, show me somewhere else it's beating a 6870..
I'll be buying a 6850/70 to replace my 5770.
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I agree. Anything above 150USD is overpriced. The 6870 or 6950 would be MUCH better suited given the substantial performance gain.
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Originally Posted by Zero_ View Post

Found a review as well. The 128 bit memory crumbles under high AA settings. Sad. Not worth anything over $150 IMO.
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And I will bet for the price I could get a 6870 or a 6950 which performs better...

ROFL, you people honestly compare prices of newly-released cards to year-old cards that already experienced price drops in their lifetimes?

These were the original retail prices of the 6700 and 6800 cards
6750 ??
6770 $170
6850 $189
6870 $259

Now look at the 7700 cards
7750 $109
7770 $189

Still think it's preferable to get old 6800 cards over the 7700s?
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Once Kepler is released, the price of 7000 series will drop.
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