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PowerColor Radeon HD6770 video card

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Power Color HD6770 Video card Power Color HD6770 Video card

 

Power Color HD6770 Video card Power Color HD6770 Video card

The box art it that of a race car with a large fan cooler for the cockpit, this I feel harkens back to a time not too long ago where high performance video cards would run you $600+ I understand that they are going for the performance aspect in terms of packaging. I really like how the packaging is not solely focused on the specs of the card but also on the improved cooling over that of potential competitors. Dirt 3 which comes with this package comes as a download code that you input into AMD’s website to get the code to use on Steam. The card also comes with a VGA to DVI adapter – pretty standard for a DVI only graphics card. Unfortunately it does not come with any support for using the on board display port.

 

Power Color HD6770 Video card The PowerColor HD6770 keeps up the Car esque look in actual hardware as well, the fan has fins on the outside that can be used to adjust the angle of the fan so that it blows with the rest of the case cooling.
The rear of the card shows the copper heat sink as well as the single 6 pin power connecter that is used in conjunction with the PCI-e bus to power this card and subsequently all connected monitors. Power Color HD6770 Video card
Power Color HD6770 Video card On the top side of the graphics card you can see the aluminum heat pipes, similar to those that you would find on a CPU cooler.
A close up of the rear I/O panel. This panel contains 2x DVI ports 1x full sized HMDI port (1.4a) and a full display port. If you wish to use or more monitors you will require the use of either and active display port adapter or a display port cabled connected to a supporting monitor. Power Color HD6770 Video card

 

Specs

Video Memory
1GB GDDR 5
Engine clock
850 MHz
Memory Clock 1200MHz x 4 ( 4.8Gbps)
Memory Interface 128bit
DirectX support 11
Bus standard PCIE 2.1
Connections 2x DVI, HDMI, VGA (adapter), Display Port, Crossfire
Dimensions 182mmx111mmx38mm

 

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  1. Atleast if AMD HD 7770 comes with no power cord and less power, also Llano FM2 supporting integrated crossfire with HD7770 to double the performance, at a price tag around 250$ for both combined, then AMD can take Intel and Nvidia both out of the 100$ to 200$ processor and graphic cards segment respectively

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