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Sapphire Radeon HD 7770 GHZ 1 GB DDR5 HDMI/DVI-I/DP PCI-Express Graphics Card 11201-17-20G

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  • 1 x HDMI
  • 1 x DisplayPort 1.2
  • 1 x Dual-Link DVI-I
  • 128-bit DDR5 Memory
  • dual slot vga card
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 10.5 x 2.5 x 6.5 inches ; 10.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00A0HZOEA
  • Item model number: 11201-17-20G
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (133 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: November 1, 2012

Product Description

The world's most advanced graphics for everyone: SAPPHIRE HD 7770 GHz 1GB

Based on the award-winning GCN Architecture, AMD Radeon HD 7700 Series GPUs are built to destroy with the industry’s very first 28nm GPU design. Packed with incredible features, such as PCI Express 3.0, the ultra-efficient AMD ZeroCore Power technology, or gaming at resolutions beyond 5760x1080 with AMD Eyefinity technology, these are the world’s most advanced graphics.

SAPPHIRE HD 7770 1GHZ
SAPPHIRE HD 7770 1GHz
Dual-X Technology

Famous for our exclusive cooling solutions like the award-winning Vapor Chamber Cooling technology, Vapor-X, SAPPHIRE's reputation for innovative excellence continues to grow with the introduction of our new dual-extractor technology - Dual-X. Dual-X is a highly efficient multi-heatpipe cooler with dual fans that provide quiet and very cool operation during normal operating conditions, and superb cooling performance even under extreme load.

AMD HD3D Technology

Enjoy the most immersive experience possible with full support for High Definition Stereoscopic 3D, a technique that presents 2D images (movies, games, photos) in a format that creates the illusion of three-dimensional depth when using compatible 3D displays / glasses / software. AMD App Acceleration: Technologies designed to improve video quality and enhance application performance. Full enablement of some features requires support for OpenCL, DirectCompute or DirectX Video Acceleration (DXVA).

AMD Eyefinity Technology

AMD Eyefinity 2.0 featuring support for stereo 3D-multi-display stereoscopic 3D support via DisplayPort 16K X 16K maximum display group resolution-output up to 268 megapixels per GPU. Perfect for powering HD displays.AMD CrossFireX Multi-GPU Technology: Triple or Quadruple gaming power with AMD CrossFireX Multi-GPU Technology. AMD CrossFireX technology supports up to four graphics cards to be used in a single system.

AMD Stream Technology

Accelerate the most demanding applications with AMD Stream technology and do more with your PC. AMD Stream Technology allows you to use the teraflops of compute power locked up in your graphics processor on tasks other than traditional graphics; tasks such as video encoding, at which the graphics processor is many, many times faster than using the CPU alone.

Specifications
  • Display Support: 3
  • 1 x HDMI
  • 1 x DisplayPort 1.2
  • 1 x Dual-Link DVI-I
  • GPU: 1000 MHz Core Clock, 28 nm Chip, 640 x Stream Processors
  • Video Memory: 1028 MB Size, 128-bit GDDR5, 4500 MHz Effective
  • Dimensions: 184mm(L) x 126mm(W) x 42mm(H), 2 slots
  • SAPPHIRE TriXX Utility for easy overclocking
  • Included accessories: DVI to VGA Adapter, 6-pin to 4-pin Power Cable

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Recommend for anyone looking for a budget card.
Amazon Customer
So I finally ordered one and I must say it was everything I could ever hope for.
Austin Patrinos
I can play my games on "high" settings with ease.
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71 of 77 people found the following review helpful By Evgueni Tchirkov on December 21, 2012
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This is the 3rd Radeon card I have purchased this year: I decided to switch to Radeon, after decades of Nvidia oppression... besides of excellent performance for a price, Radeon cards have some other important advantages: do not get that hot as nvidia cards do, radeon cards do not require excessively powerful PSU, which means less cost as well.
Well, this one isn't an exception. The card is small (short) so can be installed in a small case (exactly what I did), the card runs fine on cheap 450W (!) only (ACME brand) power supply, card has external power connector (the 6-pin cable is supplied), also the card can work as Crossfire, which is great: a significant upgrade for $100 approx.
The card is silent, even when runs at full throttle, also it is cool (I live in a pretty hot place (in all aspects), so I was experiencing crashes due to overheating, when I was using nvidia cards (I had to put additional fans in order to cool them down), well it does not happen with Radeon cards, this one is not an exception.
Another good thing about this card, is GPU clock: 1GHz, which put it a bit closer to "high end" cards, DDR5 memory runs at 1125MHz, which is good but less than I expected (the other Radeon I have, XFX 6770, runs at 1200MHz), however it is not a big deal: the card shows excellent performance in most recent games (I tried it on FarCry 3 and Dishonored): well, it would be wrong to expect something outrageous form a $100 card, but it certainly great (especially considering the price), runs smoothly and does well the job.

2013-01-13 Update: I have slightly upgraded my crig to an low cost i3-2100,with 3mb of cache, running at 3.10GHz, an average Gigabyte MB, and 8Gb of DDR3 1333MHz, in dual channel mode...
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17 of 19 people found the following review helpful By S. on January 16, 2013
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I've only had it for a few days, but what I can tell you from tests (including some hard benchmarking / stress testing) is that this card idles at 26-28 degrees celcious, and maxes out around 78 degrees celcious under an unrealistically heavy load (I'd say it would stay under 60 degrees for most games, maybe 55). The fan is only at about 50% during these times, usually less. I'm frankly amazed that a good GPU runs cooler (at least at idle) than a CPU.

Runs Skyrim on Ultra without lag, 59-61 frames per second indoors and outdoors. And that's on an AMD FX platform that runs about the same price as this card.

It's relatively quiet, obviously takes up two slots (but this is beneficial because it can exhaust heat out thru rear vents rather than up into your computer case), and doesn't use a ton of power (about 80 watts, and needs a spare 4 pin molex or 6 pin pci-e power cable (the molex to pci-e adapter is included if your PSU doesn't have a PCI-e connector. Most have plenty of extra molex connectors)).

I upgraded from a HD 6450 and was easily a four fold improvement in any game or application or benchmark. I'm getting close to 70fps in 3d mark 06 and about 14-18fps in 3d mark '11. I haven't found a game it couldn't handle on high / ultra, and as I said my system is mid range AMD FX, hardly anything special.

It doesn't exactly have the flashiest looks of the hd7770 cards (that title would probably go to XFX or Asus), but Sapphire stays close to the reference design of AMD /ATI, which means they don't cheap out or add expensive stuff. This thing runs so cool I don't think I would need to spend ~20 bucks more for an Asus with their heavier duty heat sinks.

The fan does add a little noise to the case, but not bad noise. Just a little hum.
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19 of 22 people found the following review helpful By jb on May 14, 2013
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I was about to order a GTX 650 without doing any research but read a review that suggested I take a look at this card and I'm glad I did. I was upgrading from a GTX 275 (it had been a while) and like one other reviewer here pointed out, nVidia cards run HOT. My new build was crashing constantly because the video card was overheating even under minimal load.

So I went over to Tom's Hardware to look at benchmarks for this card. At the time of this writing, the GTX 650 is the closest competitor at a similar price-point and the HD 7770 outperformed it by leaps and bounds in EVERY benchmark, more than 6 games at least. In fact, it's not even fair to compare the two because the GTX 650 performs closer to the two step-down models of this card, the HD 7750 and HD 7730. On top of that, the HD 7770 is running about 15 degrees cooler than my GTX 275. The form factor is also impressively small, about half the size of my old nVidia card... and it only requires one PCI power connection in comparison to two on my old nVidia.

I couldn't be happier with this purchase. I'm able to play games for the first time on the highest settings with really smooth FPS and no loss of frames, and it's nice to finally see some games in their full, graphic glory. It's also nice to not have to worry about additional cooling had I gone the nVidia route. If you're trying to decide between this and the GTX 650, it's pretty much a no-brainer.

As for noise, my PC has gone from ultra silent to very silent after adding this card. One other reviewer complained that this card was loud, but I would say that the noise level is a complete non-issue.
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