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XFX 6770 850m 1gb ddr5 dp hdmi dual dvi pcie graphics card

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ASINB0057N17W0
Best Sellers Rank 117,750 in Computers (See top 100)
Date First Available23 Jun. 2011
  
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By MakSteel on 1 Dec. 2011
I had been looking around for a graphics card to play Battlefield 3. All reviews stated that BF3 required a super card to play with top graphics and all these cards cost around £200-£500. This is way too much for a single game.

I purchased this card on the advise of a friend as they have one from when they were first released at a £200 price tag.

I have to say I am not let down by this advise, its an awesome card and fantastic value for money and plays BF3 at a very high resolution and all graphic levels on HIGH :)
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Jack on 7 Jan. 2012
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I built a low budget gaming pc.
there's no point buying a 400 pound graphics card unless you have 3 LED tvs all displaying 3d images simultaneously!
This has an HDMI so can hook up to my 32 inch tv.
Skyrym, New vegas, and fifa 12 all run fine on maximum settings.
Right now i would recommend an ATI graphics card as Nvidia ones seem a lot more expensive without offering anything extra.
Please note fan isn't perfectly silent, but i have had worse.
This card needs an auxiliary PCIx16 power cable so if you are building a machine from scratch make sure your PSU has one.
And this card is the size of 2 low profile ones so make sure it will fit in, but apart from that this was good value for money :)
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I purchased this GFX card as an upgrade for my system, I read countless reviews about people not being able to get it to run properly within windows 7, it wouldn't recognize the new hardware and what not. I waited on the delivery (Which was really speedy thank you Videocardshopuk) and got it installed to my system, now, I have an Acer aspire G7200 Predator, it's a big, big unit... But this new card was equally as big, it was huge, larger than the last one that was in there (Which was a Radeon HD 4850), it only just fit into place, if it had been any bigger it wouldn't have fit due to other ports on my mobo being in the way. As for the software installation and windows, I did get the dreaded message "Device not recognised, wrong driver installed" and that was from the Disk, but, I had been reading up on this before I purchased, I simply downloaded and installed the Driver as a stand alone, not as a bundle with the Catalyst Control Center, after a quick reboot my display was in all it's HD glory, 1080p, 1920 x 1080 x64 on my 40 inch LCD monitor, Beautiful. I upgraded it from 4gb to 8gb RAM and now with this new GFX card it runs all my current games on high or ultra, game dependant of course as some games have badly written GFX engines. Anyway, the point is, this GFX Card is ideal for any of the newer games as of date the end of year 2011 and will probably serve you well for the up coming few years to come. Plays Skyrim on Maxed setting with 30FPS+, Take on helicopters runs smoothly now, WoW plays fine on Ultra (Which it always did anyway). And from what I've seen on youtube vids it also plays Battlefield 3 on high settings smoothly. I can't confirm that as I don't play Shooters like that.

All in all, superb GFX card, unbeatable price (Got it for £69.99 at the time) and unparalleled performance for any of todays games.

If you get hold of one of these and are having any problems, drop me a message, I'll do my best to help in any way I can.
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Quite simply, this card is great.

I've yet to run into a game I can't run at full spec with 30+fps (PC specs below).

Newer games I've played with my new found love of a keyboard+mouse/my old wireless 360 controller include:

Arkham City
Mass Effect 1, 2 & 3 (Play them!)
Sniper Elite v2
Star Wars: The Old Rebublic
Syndicate (2012)

System Spec:
Windows 7 Ultimate - "Good"
Gigabyte GA-EP41-UD3L MoBo "OK",
Pentium Dual Core E6600 @ 3.06GHz "OK",
4GB DDR2 PC5300 667Mhz (a decent amount of slow memory",
Amd Radeon HD6770 1GB (The Beast),
500GB Sata WD Caviar Green (I like to pretend my computer doesn't cost the earth...)

All in all, a fantistic piece of hardware for the price. I bought it in April '12 (~£70) and it's still serving me well...
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By ablincoln on 7 Nov. 2011
I bought this card ready for Battlefield 3, When it works it works like a dream however, I have had major issue's with it crashing due to the drivers, I am waiting to hear back from AMD on this. There is no direct support on the AMD website for the 6770, There is for the 6600 and 6800 series though.

The card is well priced however for a future proof card, if it works.

If anyone has had the same issue on BF3, with the game crashing and a error message saying the driver has restarted, the trick is to reduce the GPU core speed by 100-150MHz this will stop the issue (or it did for me)
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By R. Mckenzie on 4 Jan. 2012
A HD6770 for this prioce is just crazy. I warn you though that the 6770 is pretty much EXACTLY the same as the HD5770 - they just changed the name. In 1280 x 1024 resolutioon it will max out pretty much any game including crysis...
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