Sapphire Radeon HD 4770 Graphics Card

ATi Radeon HD 4770 750MHz - 512MB GDDR5 SDRAM 128bit - PCI Express 2.0 x16 - DVI-I - Retail - MPN: 100277L
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Description
The new SAPPHIRE HD 4770 is the first card in its class to use GDDR5 memory and is based on the first ever GPU built in 40nm process technology. It uses the powerful graphics architectures from the ATI division of AMD, incorporating multi-purpose stream processing units and improved memory management architecture.
Quick Glance
Interface Connection DVI Yes
Slot/Port Type PCI Express 2.0 x16
Video Chipset ATI Radeon 4770
Functionality 2 Monitors, HDCP Yes, CrossFireX
Expert Reviews
ATI Radeon HD 4770 40nm GPU, $99 Graphics Return
4 Star Review  HotHardware - Dec 31, 1969

There is a lot to like about the new Radeon HD 4770. With its expected street price of about $109, which will be brought down further to $99 through mail in rebates, the Radeon HD 4770 offers excellent bang for the buck. In fact, the Radeon HD 4770 offers performance in the same range as cards that were launched at the $299 - $349 price point only a year ago. That's progress. We also found the Radeon HD 4770 to be relatively quiet and found its power consumption to be quite low in comparison to other cards in its class. That means not only is the Radeon HD 4770 competitively priced right from the get go, but it's also a lower cost alternative over the long haul, thanks to its low power consumption.

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ATI Radeon HD 4770 512MB Video Card Review
4.5 Star Review  legitreviews.com - Apr 28, 2009

AMD is launching the World's first 40nm graphics card today with the introduction of the ATI Radeon HD 4770. With such a small die size, it means that AMD can fit more dies per wafer and reduce costs. AMD expects that the Radeon HD 4770 should sell for $109 with an available rebate of $10, which brings the final price into the uber sexy sub-$100 category.

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Sapphire Radeon HD 4770 512MB PCie
4.5 Star Review  testseek.com - May 19, 2009

TestSeek.com has collected 27 expert reviews for Sapphire Radeon HD 4770 512MB PCie and the average expert rating is 86 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use TestSeek.com to find all ratings, product awards and conclusions.

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User Reviews
Asus EAH4770
4 Star Review     

Strengths: Uses DDR5 technology, and 40nm process technology.

Great card. Card is very efficient and doesn't get hot like many other cards have. Video quality is perfect, and doesn't lag during game play. Computer is connected to a Toshiba 32' 720p LCD. Card maximizes video quality and should be able to support 1080p with ease.

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Radeon 4770 crossfire
5 Star Review     

Strengths: Price vs. Performance, runs cool, low(ish) power consumption, easy to over clock to 830.

Weakness: You can only go so far with these... in crossfire or triFire, even quadFire, you're going to get less on return on your investment.

I recommend going with just crossfire on these cards. Over clocked, a paid of these cards (running ~200-220) will out perform 300$ cards. But, if you are willing to spend the 600$ on 2 cards such as the GTX 285 (etc), these cards will obviously lose out. However, no one can argue the price vs performance these cards give. Even just one of these cards would be sufficient in playing games like WoW with graphics near max (depending on resolution of course). For playing WaW, Crysis, Farcry etc, you would want to snag yourself two. Old system... Woot Refurb Gateway PC for 449.99 (I'm serious) 8800 GTX 1gb Akimbo cooling. New system: I7 920 (3.8) P6T 6gb Dominator 1600 Crossfire Sapphire 4770 (830) Raid 0 640gb Black Mugen-2 Cooler Antec Nine Hundred

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Product Details
Description
The new SAPPHIRE HD 4770 is the first card in its class to use GDDR5 memory and is based on the first ever GPU built in 40nm process technology. It uses the powerful graphics architectures from the ATI division of AMD, incorporating multi-purpose stream processing units and improved memory management architecture.
Quick Glance
Interface Connection DVI Yes
Slot/Port Type PCI Express 2.0 x16
Video Chipset ATI Radeon 4770
Functionality 2 Monitors, HDCP Yes, CrossFireX
Summary
Product Title Sapphire Radeon HD 4770 Graphics Card
Manufacturer Sapphire
Lowest Price $149.50 from PinnacleMicro
Power Score 4.4 | 5 Reviews
Graphics Chipset
Core Clock Speed: 750 MHz
Memory
Installed Video Memory: 512 MB
Effective Memory Clock Speed: 800 MHz
Memory Technology: GDDR5 SDRAM
Compatibility
System Type: PC
Slot Space Required: 2
Minimum Power Supply Required: 450 W
System Requirements: PCI Express based PC is required with one X16 lane graphics slot available on the motherboard 450 Watt or greater power supply with 75W 6-pin PCI Express power connectors recommended (550 Watt and two 6-pin connectors for ATI CrossFireX technology in dual mode) Minimum 1GB of system memory Installation software requires CD-ROM drive DVD playback requires DVD drive Blu-ray/HD DVD playback requires Blu-ray/HD DVD drive For an ATI CrossFireX system, a second ATI Radeon HD 5850 graphics card, an ATI CrossFireX Ready motherboard and one ATI CrossFireX Bridge Interconnect cable per graphics card are required To support 3 displays, one of the monitors has to support DisplayPort
Warranty
Warranty Information: 2 Year Limited
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Expert Reviews
ATI Radeon HD 4770 40nm GPU, $99 Graphics Return
4 Star Review  HotHardware - Dec 31, 1969

There is a lot to like about the new Radeon HD 4770. With its expected street price of about $109, which will be brought down further to $99 through mail in rebates, the Radeon HD 4770 offers excellent bang for the buck. In fact, the Radeon HD 4770 offers performance in the same range as cards that were launched at the $299 - $349 price point only a year ago. That's progress. We also found the Radeon HD 4770 to be relatively quiet and found its power consumption to be quite low in comparison to other cards in its class. That means not only is the Radeon HD 4770 competitively priced right from the get go, but it's also a lower cost alternative over the long haul, thanks to its low power consumption.

Read the full review »

ATI Radeon HD 4770 512MB Video Card Review
4.5 Star Review  legitreviews.com - Apr 28, 2009

AMD is launching the World's first 40nm graphics card today with the introduction of the ATI Radeon HD 4770. With such a small die size, it means that AMD can fit more dies per wafer and reduce costs. AMD expects that the Radeon HD 4770 should sell for $109 with an available rebate of $10, which brings the final price into the uber sexy sub-$100 category.

Read the full review »

Sapphire Radeon HD 4770 512MB PCie
4.5 Star Review  testseek.com - May 19, 2009

TestSeek.com has collected 27 expert reviews for Sapphire Radeon HD 4770 512MB PCie and the average expert rating is 86 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use TestSeek.com to find all ratings, product awards and conclusions.

Read the full review »

User Reviews
Asus EAH4770
4 Star Review     

Strengths: Uses DDR5 technology, and 40nm process technology.

Great card. Card is very efficient and doesn't get hot like many other cards have. Video quality is perfect, and doesn't lag during game play. Computer is connected to a Toshiba 32' 720p LCD. Card maximizes video quality and should be able to support 1080p with ease.

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Radeon 4770 crossfire
5 Star Review     

Strengths: Price vs. Performance, runs cool, low(ish) power consumption, easy to over clock to 830.

Weakness: You can only go so far with these... in crossfire or triFire, even quadFire, you're going to get less on return on your investment.

I recommend going with just crossfire on these cards. Over clocked, a paid of these cards (running ~200-220) will out perform 300$ cards. But, if you are willing to spend the 600$ on 2 cards such as the GTX 285 (etc), these cards will obviously lose out. However, no one can argue the price vs performance these cards give. Even just one of these cards would be sufficient in playing games like WoW with graphics near max (depending on resolution of course). For playing WaW, Crysis, Farcry etc, you would want to snag yourself two. Old system... Woot Refurb Gateway PC for 449.99 (I'm serious) 8800 GTX 1gb Akimbo cooling. New system: I7 920 (3.8) P6T 6gb Dominator 1600 Crossfire Sapphire 4770 (830) Raid 0 640gb Black Mugen-2 Cooler Antec Nine Hundred

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