HIS HD 7770 iCooler 1GB GDDR5 Video Card Review

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HIS HD 7770 iCooler 1GB GDDR5 Video Card rated Great by 3dGameMan.com

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The HIS HD 7770 iCooler 1GB GDDR5 Video Card Video has great bang-for-the-buck since it performs well in games, can be used for word or a HTPC setup. It's also capable of CrossFire which will improve gaming performance substantially. If you don't want to break the bank on a Video Card, this is a perfect option.


 

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Tivon
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The cooler looks nice.. that black and blue over silver is stylish.

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This is just me, but here's how I see it:

  • For a video card to be considered a low end, it must:

  • Be a single slot,
  • Not require a 6-pin power connection, and
  • Not exceed a TDP of 75 watts.

  • For a video card to be considered mid-end:
    • It can be a single or dual slot,
    • Can require a 6-pin power connection, and
    • Can have TDP of 75 to 100 watts.

  • For a video card to be considered high-end:
    • It can only be a dual-slot video card,
    • Will require a 6-pin, 8-pin, dual 6-pin/8-pin, or a dual 8-pin power connection, and
    • Can exceed a TDP of 100 watts.

    (It seems this forum does not support nested lists in terms of formatting.)

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    Darth Heretic
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    GPU's are categorized by their performance rather than their power output.

    so I can see why this forum does not support your format.

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    Anonymous

    how does this preform in comparison with the 5770 HD card? :O

    Premchand
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    http://www.anandtech.com/bench/Product/538?vs=536
    Here you can see it is quite a bit faster.
    If it is worth the upgrade price is a different story, imo its not really

    Premchand
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    Where the temps with the overclock or stock ?
    Nice temps anyway.
    And it would be nice if you made some decibels measurements, you could do a ambient sound,idle and full load result.

    3dGameMan
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    Temps at stock.

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