HIS 6770 IceQ X Turbo 1GB GDDR5 Video Card Review

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HIS 6770 IceQ X Turbo 1GB GDDR5 Video Card rated Great by 3dGameMan.com

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The HIS 6770 IceQ X Turbo 1GB GDDR5 Video Card is an all around great product since it plays all of the latest games, has a ton of features and is affordable. Now this isn't a super fast video card, but add another one and it's nothing to laugh at!


 

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agello24
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kickass to me cause it consumes very little juice to run. it would keep my electric bill down.

Anonymous

The 6770 is the same as a 5770 they did a re badge of the card.
Anandtech did summery of the cards.

http://www.anandtech.com/show/4296/amds-radeon-hd-6770-radeon-hd-6750-the-retail-radeon-5700-rebadge

Premchand
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yeah they can even go in Crossfire together 5770+6770

Sovox
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Very decent product review ^^. I went for the 6850 for my Htpc.

Anonymous

taking about overkill:p

Sovox
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I still like to play games on the big screen. :D I Don't consider 6850 overkill. Overkill is placing a 580 or a 6970 in a Htpc. Besides there isn't much of a price difference between the two. 6770 was 98 euro and the 6850 was 130 euro.

Anonymous

I have the 6970 it's a really nice card... but it was super pricey..

Prometheus095
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I went for a compromise, i got the the 6950 because its price/performance balance :)

Pedro Arvelos
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Well... For the price i would still go for the 6790.

Launching this is killing the 5770... wich was the fastest 128 bit video card.

R.I.P.

Premchand
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hes BACK!
and now its called 6770 (same card different name)

Anonymous

Considered budget for gaming, yet seems very overkill for HTPCs. Given the low price, I'd probably go for the 6850 or the 6870 instead.

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Remember, many play a game or two on their HTPCs ;)

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I'm sure it's a good card for some games that don't need the latest graphics.

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Mercifies
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You might as well go big or go home... Go for the 6970. That's what I'm doing.

Premchand
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this comment really pointless
i mean why if you only startup a game every now and then, dont really care about max settings. then getting a high end makes no sense:s unless you like wasting money.
6770 and the 6970 are intended for different markets

and btw if you go big at least go for a dubbel GPU setup:p

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For any serious gaming, I agree, but the 6970 is $100+ more. If on a budget, this is a decent video card to get you by in gaming.