It’s XFX’s ATI RADEON HD5770 XT version. Well, I got this card a week ago, and just got time to post it now.
At first, I was planning to get Sapphire’s VaporX version but due to several minor problems.. I got this instead. Anyway, the XT version had been factory overclocked a teensy bit.
Ah, by the way, this post is just a open box review, there won’t be any in depth review because I’m not a professional hardware reviewer.
Typical XFX packaging, you’ll get a black coloured box containing every bits and pieces u bought.
Taking away the top section reveals the graphics card, packaged in an anti-static bag.
The card itself.
Included, Installation guides, driver CD, DVI-VGA adapter, power adapter, Assassin’s Creed Game DVD (bundled game). Ah, almost forgot the “Do Not Disturb” door knob hanger.
Heatsink, yeah I’m kinda like this kind of design. Bad side is the cooler only cools the processor chip, not including the memory chips.
More photos of the graphics card.
2 DVI ports, 1 HDMI port and 1 Display Port.
6pin PCI-express power connector is required.
This card can be crossfired to perform better, however, XFX do not include the crossfire connectors which is real bad. (Sapphire ships their cards with the connector.)
So far, I’m very satisfied with the card’s performance. All of my games runs smoothly on it.. Left4Dead2, Call of Duty MW2, Need For Speed Series… Great card, great price, and all thanks to this, I skipped several gunplas and figurines that I really like. T.T
Hmm, Project 955 has come to an end with the purchase of this graphics card, but there’ll be more upgrades in the future (hope so).