Sapphire HD5770 Crossfire Review


Sapphire HD5770  Crossfire

Would Sir like one or two?

As todays review is performance focussed rather than a specific review of the product and packaging etc, our resident photographer had a much easier time of it and you've much less detail to wade through.

Not that we ever tire of seeing two graphics cards together. It always just looks so decadent.

The cards themselves are the standard reference design, with the obligatory fantasy lady adorning the top.

Sapphire HD5770 Crossfire     Sapphire HD5770 Crossfire  

Sapphire HD5770 Crossfire     Sapphire HD5770 Crossfire  

Sapphire HD5770 Crossfire     Sapphire HD5770 Crossfire 

Onwards to todays test setup.

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Most Recent Comments

29-03-2010, 06:17:50

you mentioned the driver cd being used. Was it the 10.3 ATI CrossFireX Application Profiles if not it would be useful to know what effect this has across the boards.Quote

29-03-2010, 06:26:57

It was 10.2 dude 10.3 has only just been released.Quote

29-03-2010, 07:06:22

cheers, was wondering. just put spanner in works was intending to buy 5870 but not too sure now, not a lot of money and seems more bang for buck on crossfire. just never used crossfire.Quote

29-03-2010, 14:25:16

Lol this really makes me question my judgement. Was really thinking about a 5870 but this definitely makes me think twice about it if I can save £100 and get comparable performance if I do a bit of overclocking...

If funds weren't too much of an issue would it still be recommended to go with a 5870 instead?Quote

29-03-2010, 14:57:21

If funds aren't an issue and you enjoy the thought of upgrading in the future, then yes a 5870 would be a wise purchase.

If you plan on purchasing a setup and sticking with it until some future release, go 5770.Quote

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