Radeon_HD_6770_XFX_1GB_GDDR5_Core_Edition
AMD Radeon HD 6770 XFX 1GB GDDR5 Core Edition

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This Radeon HD 6770 XFX 1GB GDDR5 Core Edition graphics card is considered budget with poor modern game performance when playing anything more demanding than indie game requirements. This card meets game requirements up to DirectX 11.

How many years will the Radeon HD 6770 XFX 1GB GDDR5 Core Edition graphics card play newly released games and how long until you should consider upgrading the Radeon HD 6770 XFX 1GB GDDR5 Core Edition in your PC? You should definitely consider replacing this Radeon HD 6770 XFX 1GB GDDR5 Core Edition graphics card, if it is still in your gaming PC.

Whats a good PC graphics upgrade for the Radeon HD 6770 XFX 1GB GDDR5 Core Edition? A suitable upgrade choice for the Radeon HD 6770 XFX 1GB GDDR5 Core Edition is the 16 Series GeForce GTX 1660 Ti 6GB, which is 498% more powerful and can run 894 of the 1000 most demanding PC games beating their recommended requirements. Alternatively upgrading this graphics card would have us consider the RX 5000 Series Radeon RX 5500 4GB which is 369% more powerful. This upgrade choice can also run 766 games from the most demanding games today.
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The Radeon HD 6770 XFX 1GB GDDR5 Core Edition is released on 01 Jan 2011

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40nm
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40
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34 GTexel/s
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16
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800
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Direct X
DX 11.0
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5.0
Open GL
4.3
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2560x1600
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SLI/Crossfire
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Integrated
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Memory
1024 MB
Memory Speed
1200 MHz
Memory Bus
128 Bit
Memory Type
GDDR5
Memory Bandwidth
76.8GB/sec
L2 Cache
256KB
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0
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2
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1
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850 MHz
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None
PSU
500 Watt
Power Connector
None
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6 GB
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1600 x 900
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Radeon HD 6770 XFX 1GB GDDR5 Core Edition Game Requirement Analysis

Radeon HD 6770 XFX 1GB GDDR5 Core Edition is a reference Radeon HD 6770 with a new cooling system that delivers exactly the same performance but operates more silently and generates less heat.


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Microsoft Flight Simulator 175% 513%
FIFA 20 73% 138%
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Went on pcpartpcker.com and it says that there shouldn't be and compatibility problems with my OEM windows 7 pro sp1 or any hardware issues. Not sure if I should get it now that it's been discontinued. What do you guys think???

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2012
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I just try in AMD Overdrive AutoTune the OC .
And on my rig it OC my GPU on core clock 950 and memory clock 1270 ? is it to much ..

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That is pretty high for the core. I would get core to 900 or 850 and leave memory to 1270 to avoid 128bit bus bottleneck. Also you are bottlenecked by your CPU so GPU OC wouldn't help much.

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I know , :S , need money 4 at least quad , cant afford i3 or higher , need replacement on Motherboard and etc.. , i back the GPU to stock , even with this play Bioshock Inf . on med High AA on , 45+ fps :)

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Ive overclocked this gpu way past 900 mhz core lol. I run stable @1025 mhz core 1380 mhz mem. Ive even tried 1075 core/1400 mhz mem.

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I have this card and an Omega 600w PSU with 24A on the rail +v12, is that good enough to feed my Athlon II x4 620 and GPU?

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Yes it is :)

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Thank u :D

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Sure thing buddy :)

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Is it normal for this card to run on 70C , fun 100% , no overclocket , when I push her to the limit ?? I mean shouldnt have problems , right ?

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what difference this for asus edition? I want to buy, but it's the asus edition

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not much difference, only the cooling. maybe the core clocks, but you can adjust it if you want :)
but i don't recommend to buy this when you can go for a HD 7770 or maybe a 7750, which are better but as powerful as this, or even more powerful:)

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if I want to go from this card to something better say within $250-$300 range that's usd what would you suggest???

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HD 7870, HD 7950 or GTX 660 Ti. i don't know the prices in your country so look around and pick one :)

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thank you for the reply funny thing i was looking at the 7870 or the 660ti but think the 7950 just out of range have to recheck but thanks again

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you're welcome. let me know what did you choose :)

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I just bought this card nd seems very powefull :) , hope will eat the games on 1280 1024 res :) ..

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2008
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This card would be a nice upgrade compared to my HD 5670! Performance to value = good and it doesn't ask too much from your PSU :)

With your resolution you don't need more and you know what 'A balanced rig' means, do you? ;)

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Maybe know maybe dont xD , try to explane easly :) "A balance rig" :)

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Meaning you have got the same strengths within your computer system = no bottlenecks! So f.e. when you would go for the much better GTX 670, your CPU, but also your RAM configuration relatively would be too weak to 'work together at the same level' as the graphics card; in this case your graphics card is 'thirsty' for more and actually you have wasted money while buying that specific card….and of course: don't forget the Power Supply Unit!

Makes sense = clear? :)

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http://www.game-debate.com/psu/index.php?ps_id=219&psu=MS%20Industrial%20PRO-550ATX%20550W , I got this PSU , its working fine 4 now , what do you think , will it handle my rig ??

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:) thats what i want to know , i'm playing Crysis 2 , with my old gpu gt220 it can run on medium settings , now with this card , i can run it on Ultra High , but got that moment of flicking screen when turning fast around , smth wrong , but good fps

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I'm new with that think "bottlenecks" so i want to know best to config my PC 4 games you know :D , so any help will be good

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I can't see amperage specs there, but 550W compared to 430W in my case would be more than enough for your 108W card (Mine has a 61W TDP) and the other components (average, also knowing that I don't know all of your components, including cooling etc.) = &#10003

Btw: select the PSU to your hardware profile ;)

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Another btw: sure about your 35% overclock?

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You also have the latest Ati driver installed + latest DirectX 11?

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about cooling everything is stock , on PCU on GPU standard , when play games heat goes to 65C max on all , so i thinks its good , on PSU ampers think is 16 :S .

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  1. 65C @ 'stressed' for the CPU too? Surface or core temp? The advised limit for your CPU surface = 74.1C! Fan speed @ what RPM? You can maybe manually raise the fan speed with SpeedFan?
    2. 16A @ +12V rail you think? I don't think so (;)) actually, but if it is, PSU upgrade for sure....

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i got him with stock "PCU" on 3.8 and working fine , i think is 35% :) but im gonna back him to normal , got latest drivers 12-10 , fuuuck man , i forget bout dx11 , becaouse old GPU was dx 10 , maybe thats problem fff… , btw so what do you think bout my rig , any problems or changes to make ?? thanks for info

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fan speed is 2160 rpm think max 4 stock cooler , dont get me wrong but about PSU mmm im baad in it :) , i just guess its 16A max , i see a lot of numbers on her HAHAHA sorry , +3.3V/28A , +5V/34A , +12V/16A , +5V/0.5A , +5VSB/2A , so what do you think ?? if can this help :)

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+3.3V/28A , +5V/34A , +12V/16A , -12V/1A , -5V/0.5A , +5VSB/2A this is on PSU

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I would have thought 16A on each rail on dual rail PSU, but if yours only delivers that you should think about an upgrade, 16A for a 550W means a low quality PSU, probably 550W peak and real wattage lower than that, gimmicks.

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Make sens , thanks man you help me a lot :) , but what do you think bout this , hope i'm not boring :) , i got other PSU Gigatech 550W "+3,3/22A , +12V/39A , -12V/12A , +5V/39A , -5V/0.5A , +5Vsb/2.3 A" , thing is that dont have 6pin connector so i wanna know could it work with this http://www.playtool.com/pages/psuconnectors/pcie6.jpg ?

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Well that one is a 6 pin. Gigatech does not sound familiar, although 39A is pretty decent.
Btw thank Mark. When he is online that is ;)

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Mmm , it worked well 4 me bout 2 years , mean its better than this MSInd , so i wanna know with this 6pin converter should i try the PSU , got more V and more Amps "http://static.kupindoslike.com/GigaTech-PSB-550w_slika_O_3881929.jpg" ?

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JUST DONT WANNA BURN MY PC hahahaha :P

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Yes, that Gigatech seems like a better choice over the MS one

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Where to begin :P
1. @Raystlyn: nice one and I totally agree with you; I really didn't expect this, but JaneDoe, your current PSU is weak and would only be able to max. deliver approx 450W (combined power) and only 16A x 12V = 192W on the +12V rail!!! It would have said '+12V1', '+12V2' etc. if you had more rails….
2. I'd really recommend a PSU upgrade. That Gigatech delivers max. 12V x 39A = 468W via the +12V rail and that's what we would expect with a 550W quality PSU :) (Mine has 33A already) Would be a nice upgrade!
3. Your HD 6770 has a 6-pin connection and I assume that Gigatech has a 6-pin connector, so what do you need the (extra) 6-pin connector for? :D Still, if it doesn't have a 6-pin connector, the PSU is modular, right? :P

Hope this helps!

Thanks for your support, Rayman ;)

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Helpfull info thanks , this gigatech is good PSU but dont have 6pin connector , but i found a 6pin connector converter like i show you before "http://www.playtool.com/pages/psuconnectors/pcie6.jpg" , with this it can handle it .. Man is soo good to learn smth new , thanks people , hope this Gigatech will supply my Rig perfect 4 now , till I get more money to buy other components :) , in the end with Gigatech PSU is there need to change smth else

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Ok, that'll work too ;) That GT PSU is a lot better, that's for sure!

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Will my CPU GPU nd RAM work fine ?? RAM 4Gb PNY 2*2gb

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"Haha, I totally won't do that (about an E7300 upgrade) or it must cost you only €5,- It's slower, but has 1MB more L2 cache which makes that one a bit better….Totally a no-go! With your motherboard you can maybe choose for a C2Q = much better ;)
One more thing: I was asking you about your RAM: the motherboard you've selected doesn't support DDR3 memory and most LGA 775 mobos don't, so why have you selected 'DDR3 1333(MT/s)'? :D Aside that, DDR3 1066 would be max. supported with some 775 motherboards…Makes sense? You're welcome btw :)"

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