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Monday, 19 October 2009 00:00
Article Index
HIS Radeon HD 5770 1GB and CrossFire performance review
Radeon HD 5700 architecture
HIS Radeon HD 5770
Test setup, synthetic benchmarks
Fallout 3, ET:QW
Left 4 Dead, Crysis
Battleforge, HAWX
Far Cry 2, Batman: Arkham Asylum
Overclocking, video playback
Power, temperature, noise
Conclusions

HIS Radeon HD 5770 1GB and CrossFire performance review

After covering the launch of AMD's mainstream DirectX 11 graphics boards last week via their new "Juniper" GPU core courtesy of a couple of cards from Sapphire, we already find ourselves ready and raring to revisit the Radeon HD 5770 thanks to a sample from HIS.  Again, this board sports both AMD's reference cooling solution and clock speeds, so rather than simply repeating ourselves, how about taking a look at CrossFire performance while running two Radeon HD 5770 parts in tandem to make things a little more exciting?

If you have your eye on HIS' take on the Radeon HD 5770, or you simply want to see what kind of processing power two Radeon HD 5770 boards in CrossFire can muster, then read on...

 
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