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post #1091 of 5048
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Next gen card that at stock barely beats a 4830 and doesn't improve much with OC'ing because of a 128 bit interface...Hype is funny.
Sure, but they're meant to be CrossFired and they own when are.
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I sold out my Palit 4850 Sonic and want to buy new card . Is 5770 good ? Or i wait for price drop ???
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Its good. Depends on what youre looking for. One isnt going to blow your mind, unless youre going from a FX4200 like I was. Two are pretty amazing in crossfire. You get about 175% performance at stock and if you over clock you get 200% over stock settings on one which is basically a 5870 for less.

If youre going to buy another one with it or in the future I would say go for it. If you want something beefier and dont want to xfire I would wait and get a 5850.
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I went 5770 because I will be going crossfire in my new rig which may take months, but is coming . If I wasn't I'd have saved up (or waited) for a 5850 or got a 4890.

OK, oddly enough, my memory does not like to be OCd when the GPU is, but then the GPU is near stock, I can get it up to 1450 on stock memory volts. No BSODs or performance losses. After that the curve dips a bit...
And since memory gave me a bit of an improvement in Unigine Heaven, memory it is.
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My parcels eventually arrived



Ill take some more pics once its in my rig Ohh and changing the TIM to some ocz freeze and bashing some ram-sinks on

Edit...
Ramsinks and OCZ applied.

Perfect Fit

And the fan will also help disperse heat away from the sinks due to there position which is a bonus

Don't Mind my thumb LoL

Edit..Sorry about the lame pics couldn't find my camera soo had to use my fone for all the pics.
In my rig..up and running


Edited by Foxy@OC'D - 12/15/09 at 9:06am
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ADD me to the list i just got min today i aint showing pics..lol it looks like a egg v2
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I killed my Gigabyte HD4890 OC card trying to install a Scythe Musashi on it so I just got my XFX HD5770 today. Can't wait to get home and install it. I was starting to worry that maybe I should have just gotten another HD4890 considering the 5770 in most reviews seems to be at or just below an HD4870 but then I tell myself that the drivers are still very new for the HD5XXX series. I really don't think that ATI would shoot themselves in the foot in the long term so I think they have still have a few tricks up their sleeves with these 5770's.
I feel for you man. Same fate, same route to go. Destroyed hd4890 vrms trying to install ramsinks, now 40nm overclocking all the way!
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I feel for you man. Same fate, same route to go. Destroyed hd4890 vrms trying to install ramsinks, now 40nm overclocking all the way!
Thats pretty much what happened to me. My HD4890 came with a Zalman VF1050 installed on it but there were no RAM sinks. I added Scythe SVC-1000 RAM sinks forgoing the crappy sticky tape that came on them and applied them with Arctic Silver epoxy. The temps didn't drop that great so I then picked up the Musashi cooler. I installed it but had to remove the Zalman VRM cooler since the Musashi wouldn't clear it. I attached the VRM sinks with the same epoxy but when I put the card back in it wouldn't work.

I'm pretty sure I actually fried it due to ESD because my office is very dry at work and I get zapped constantly. To be on the safe side I started removing the VRM heatsinks to ensure I didn't get any epoxy on the PCB and all of the sinks came off without a hitch except for the sink on the 2 really small VRM's. I got the sink off finally but the VRM's were attached to it so........ I am now the proud owner of HD5770.

I was really torn over whether or not to just get another HD4890 since the pricing was so close to the HD5770 but I am a firm believer that the performance on these 5770's will increase with driver releases and pretty much put them in the same range, if not slightly better, than a HD4890 in the near future.
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Ordered two HIS 5770's today, hopefully those arrive at friday.
Those are just waypoint to 5970 which is hard to get these days.
But hopefully those cards oc well!
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They do but it's the memory you want to OC more than the core if you want any kind of tangible performance improvement.
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