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Originally Posted by Razi3l View Post
Its slower (in most cases) than 5870 and about equal to a 6870, slower/faster depending on game(s).
Agreed
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post #12 of 41
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Originally Posted by DaisukeJP View Post
is it faster than a 6870?
Keep in mind 6870 is the midrange replacement, equivalent to the 5770 in market space. I'm guessing you meant 6970?

Based on this review:
http://www.guru3d.com/article/radeon...-review-test/1

It generally hangs around the performance of a 5870 depending on game.
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Thread Starter 
i see

can a Crossfire HD5770 run all games @ max ?
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post #14 of 41
Maybe these will help draw up a rough comparison.







Quote:
Originally Posted by DaisukeJP View Post
Can a Crossfire HD5770 run all games @ max ?
I've only had a problem running Age of Conan, but that game's poorly optimised anyway.

I can run Crysis on Ultra without anti-aliasing at 1080p. If I throw on anti-aliasing then things start to get a little juddery in some places. Not to an unplayable state (unless I throw anti-aliasing up to maximum) but it is noticeable.

Games I own include Left 4 Dead, Unreal Tournament 3, Guild Wars, Global Agenda, Sacred 2 (high quality graphics installed), Dragon Age: Origins, Torchlight, Alien vs Predator (DX11), Half Life 2, AION (private server), Blood Bowl, and Clive Barkers Jericho. I can play all of them at highest settings with no noticeable problems at all.

Going to buy Dead Space 2 and Starcraft 2 later this week and see how well they run.
Edited by Lifeshield - 2/6/11 at 4:59am
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There equal to an overclocked 460 (apparently lol). http://www.kitguru.net/components/gr...70-crossfirex/

the overclock they reach is slightly doubtfull since they claim to do it using 1.087vcore
    
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post #16 of 41
Love how two little 460's can own every other card out there
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post #17 of 41
I've owned 5770 Crossfire and 5770 Tri-Fire and providing you have an half decent CPU 2 of them easily out pull a 5870 and 6870...

Just seen what CPU you have, I would forget about any GPU above 9800GT level...
Edited by antuk15 - 2/6/11 at 6:52am
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Love how two little 460's can own every other card out there
Except for a 5970, Put Warhead completely on Enthusiast settings and watch those GTX460's tumble down the chart..
post #19 of 41
Honestly, if you can stretch it, two 6850's will be a better choice in the long run. Up-front it will be around $180-$200 for a single card, but if it's too much, two 5770's will serve you for years, even at 1080p.

Ok...how about two 470's? And come on, 460's are powerful alone, and the 5970 has driver issues that prevent it from really reaching what it can actually do. I personally like two lower-end cards spanking much more expensive cards. Like two 4850's, sure they're only $100 each and two generations old, but together, are very impressive.
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post #20 of 41
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Honestly, if you can stretch it, two 6850's will be a better choice in the long run. Up-front it will be around $180-$200 for a single card, but if it's too much, two 5770's will serve you for years, even at 1080p.
Dude he's CPU's extremely weak, even a single 5770 will be a waste on his system..
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