|Screen Resolution||4096 x 2160 pixels|
|Max Screen Resolution||2560 x 1600|
|Memory Speed||4.98 MHz|
|Graphics Coprocessor||Radeon HD 7000 Series|
|Graphics Card Ram Size||1 GB|
XFX FX777AZDB4 Double D HD 7770 Black Edition 1095MHz 1GB DDR5 miniDP HDMI DVI PCI-E Graphics Cards
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- Factory Overclocked to 1095 MHz
- Double Dissipation Cooling with Ghost Thermal Technology
- HDMI Ready
- Crossfire Ready
- Supports Up to 3 Monitors at Once
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Prepare to be immersed. This visually brilliant XFX AMD Radeon 7770 graphics card delivers impressive enhancements for entertainment and gaming. Discover a superior visual experience with AMD's EyeSpeed technology which offers increased speed and third-generation video enhancements for a crisp, vivid HD viewing experience. All backed by the XFX Lifetime warranty with registration.
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Radeon HD 7770 Black Edition featuring Double Dissipation
No other graphics card brand on the market matches the phenomenal performance, exceptional quality and unique modern styling of an XFX graphics card. This visually brilliant XFX AMD Radeon 7770 graphics card delivers impressive enhancements for entertainment and gaming. Discover a superior visual experience with AMD's EyeSpeed technology which offers increased speed and third-generation video enhancements for a crisp, vivid HD viewing experience. All backed by the XFX Lifetime warranty with registration.
Ghost Thermal Technology for Cooler Performance
Through rigorous testing and analysis, XFX discovered the optimal thermal design that allows air to pass through the heatsink directly to the PCB and core components. Older enclosed designs often trapped the heat creating a bottle neck at the exhaust, this can be remedied but at the cost of a higher fan speed which creates excess noise. XFX's fan design allows lower fan speeds while allowing the heat to dissipate evenly throughout the card.
Double Dissipation Fan Design
The Double-D dual-fan design--whether over heat-pipes or HydroCell--offers up to 3x more air flow giving you performance that's up to 13dB quieter and 7 degrees C cooler. The fans directly cool the heatsink, components and PCB, preventing overheated components and PCB that can reduce performance.
DirectX 11 Ready
Achieve ultra-realistic 3D gaming with DirectX 11 technology. Enjoy the best of next-generation gaming in amazing realistic 3D visual graphics. From realistic reflections and shadows can block the reflection of light, as they do in real life, to advanced GPU features such as Multi-Sample Anti-Aliasing (MSAA), Shader Model 5.0, DirectCompute 11 and OpenGL 4.2 support, multi-threading, and HDR texture compression.
AMD EyeFinity Multi-Display lets you use one powerful card to drive up to 6 displays. Enjoy your gaming and work across multiple displays and in eye-popping real Stereo 3D. Monitors can have independent resolutions and display controls, or you can combine multiple displays to behave like a single screen. Mirror screens for presentations, and improve your productivity when working with larger spreadsheets and documents. The Multi-Display will power up to 3 connected screens by itself. Using four screens and up requires a DisplayPort 1.2 Multi Stream hub (not included).
Multi-Stream audio intelligently links sound to video so that the audio is redirected to the appropriate source. This means in multi-screen conference calls, for example, you'll hear the person on the left screen coming out only from the left speaker.
Duratec: Professional Hardware Features
The XFX Black Edition is among the top 1% of GPUs capable of reaching maximum overclock speeds. But unlike factory overclocks and maximum overclocks that only increases wattage to increase clock speeds, XFX's high quality Duratec components allows higher clock speeds while keeping the overall card wattage the same as a standard card by lower overall wattage loss.
IP5X Dust Free
XFX graphics cards use IP5X-rated fans which offer the highest level of protection against dust and other foreign objects that can reduce the performance of fans overtime. To achieve an IP5X rating, ingress of dust must not enter in sufficient quantity to interfere with the satisfactory operation of the equipment, offering complete protection against contact.
XFX Bracket Design
Exclusive XFX Bracket design can lower your cards temperature by up to 20% by increasing airflow by up to 200%. This allows it to achieve better overclocking.
Solid Capacitors are more durable than electrolytic capacitors so they are designed last longer and withstand more heat. Solid capacitors deliver up to 40,000 more hours of operation than electrolytic capacitors. They're designed to withstand up to 105 degrees C, and won't explode, offering a high degree of reliability and safety.
XFX fans are designed to use linear fan speed ramping controls so that fan speeds and temperatures are optimized to reduce excess noise.
This card is protected by a limited lifetime warranty, granting you peace of mind for serious upgrades.
Top Customer Reviews
AND, it looks cool while doing it.
The price has dropped as of late,and this card is the latest from AMD's line of smokin hot "GCN" cards at 28nm
Update: Bought another one and a Crossfire bridge,. WOW!
Google "XFX-7770 in crossfire benchmarks", Crossfire doubles or MORE the performance of this card making it comparable to a Radeon 7950 when in crossfire mode.
I have a lot of case fans (8 )but, I have never heard these cards. Very quiet with the 2 fan setup.
I am very happy with this purchase..Highly recommend this card or 2, if like me you can't afford one of the $400 ones, but want the performance.
If you are concerned about your Power supply being able to handle it, go to "PSU calculator" or to a PSU manufacturer and check your requirements.(Corsair and newegg also have them)
Example: I have a FX-8150 with a Corsair A-70 CPU Cooler (Tower) with 2-120mm fans on it, 2 HDD's, 1 Optical drive, 16GB ram and 8 case fans (7-120mm and 1-200mm), I put into the calculator 2 -XFX-7770's for video cards, It ask if I want to overclock, I said yes. It said I needed 523 watts minimum. I have a Corsair 650watt,,good to go.
You will notice , not all applications use crossfire. In the Catalyst Control Center icon in task bar .right click on it and go on #1 display follow it to crossfire, check "SHOW AMD Crossfire" and play a game that uses it (Dirt Showdown) and the Crossfire" symbol will be in the top right corner while you play.
When Crossfire is not being used the second card will shut down to save power. Also when you boot your computer, both cards will spin-up, then #2 card will shutdown. (It is suppose to)
If you use GPU-Z it will show low readings on the second card. This is normal as the 2nd card goes to a low power mode. It will also show bus width as 32 bit, instead of 128bit and the temp will be 32F.
Click the PCI-E block (midway up on right) it will pop-up to explain, then hit the start button on the pop-up screen to run a small rendering program full screen in X-fire, Look at the lower left corner to see the status of both PCI-E cards running during the Crossfire rendering, hit "Esc" to get out.
As for temps,it will vary from card to card. Case air flow effects it as well. Generally from 35 to 40 C at idle and up to 75-82C or more during hard benching . I checked the X-Force web site and it said temps up to 95C may be seen and would not result in "Breaking" your card. Funny.."Breaking" they said.
I tested on one of the tougher bench programs "Furmark" and saw it stable at 82C with the fan running at 40% on Auto mode. I set the fan at 50% manually in AMD CCC and it dropped the temps to 78, and you still couldn't hear it.
Keep in mind "Furmark" is almost an unrealistically tough benchmark. Any kind of normal usage or gaming will never come close to punishing a video card this hard.
As for normal gaming mine average about 65C.
Heaven Benchmark in DX-11 gave me a high of 161 FPS averaging 72fps with High settings, 1920X1080 and High tessellation,8x Antilasing. Pretty good at this price. These test were in Crossfire mode.
"Dirt Showdown" came with my second card (Free) downloaded from Steam. In crossfire I run everything at MAX, High settings and it is smooth as butter and very high details. Gotta love it :)
If like me you install your card prior to registering it. Then start to look for the Serial number on the BOTTOM card, you can't read it. :(
No fear.. In the box you get a door hanger card to hang on your door. It says "Do not disturb..I'm Gaming" On the back of this card is the serial number of the card and a personal activation code for any game promo (if any) that may come with your card. You have to check the X-force web-site for game promotions at the time and place you bought your card.
Remember to register with X-Force within 30 days of purchase and get a Lifetime Warranty :)
If you don't register within 30 days, 2 years.
Conclusion: I would definitely buy this card again. Very happy. One card is great, 2 are SUPER and compete with the very top cards on the market today that run $500 or more.
Note: No gliches or Micro-stutter has been experienced at all, very smooth. I am using the latest AMD 12.8 and 12.8 Cap 2 drivers as of Sept. 9 2012.
o Good basic design. A very good bargain as an entry level gaming card at this price point.
o Runs very coolly and quietly. This card is much more quiet than my HD 5770 and you can hardly hear the fan, even while gaming.
o Neat packaging and card design. Looks cool. Came with a metal label you could afix to your computer case for bragging rights.
o Equivalent performance to an HD 5770/6770. It performed slightly better in 3D graphics and slightly worse in 2D graphics benchmarks. (This is a con because a HD 6770 can be purchased for a whole lot less money.)
o I saw many video glitches when playing games. I don't know if it was a faulty card, faulty driver or inherent product flaw. The lack of a tangible performance increase over my HD 5770 led me to have no desire to troubleshoot what the issue was. This cost the review a star.
Because there was no overall increase in performance with this card over my HD 5770 and because of the video glitches I noticed while playing games, I decided to return this card and shop for something better. At the moment, the HD 6850 cards would give me a slight 25%-50% increase in performance over my HD 5770 for ~$175 and a HD 7850 would give me about a 100% increase for ~$275. (There are a freakin' lot of Radeon video cards out there and figuring out which is the best price/performance is not an easy task.)
If I were to purchase my very first gaming video card today and I were on a very strict budget, I would purchase this HD 7770. It's a good entry-level gaming card for the budget conscious. I would have rated it higher if it were not for the video glitches that I saw. Hopefully, that's just a driver issue and Radeon will fix it, turning this into an excellent video card for the price. But, as I noted in my review, for just a little bit more money, you could get a slightly better HD 6870 card, so you should consider that option if you have the money.
I ended up purchasing a Sapphire Radeon HD 6870 video card. It has twice the performance of this card at only ~$30 more. SAPPHIRE AMD Radeon HD 6870 1GB GDDR5 PCIE Graphics Card. Tom's Hardware and Legit Reviews websites both had good things to say about this card. I expect that the HD 6870 will be noisier and less energy efficient than the HD 7770 because it is a generation older design.
Just a follow-up: The Sapphire Radeon HD 6870 is wonderful. No problems with performance and the fan noise is negligible.
I cannot hear the fan at all after installing which is exactly what I wanted.
Plays League of Legends perfect on a Dell 24" 1900x1200 with all settings on high.
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