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Sapphire Radeon HD 5770 1GB PCI-E Review @ TechREACTION
With the much anticipated release of the 5xxx series a success on many levels, the ATI crowd has much to celebrate. The new 5 series cards put ATI back on top of the video card market. They can now boast about the amazing DX11 compatibility and the Eyefinity technology introduced with the higher end 5 series cards. The 5770 is in the middle of the pack for the new generation of cards, with the 5970 in the lead and the 5450 bringing up the rear. All in all, ATI has to be loving the massive success these cards have brought them. With talks of a new 2 GB version for the 5 series coming in the near future, ATI has set an extremely high standard for Nvidia to try and match.
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