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GIGABYTE HD 4770 512MB GDDR5 Graphics Card - The Package

AMD continues on with its momentum and quietly slides another new model into its Radeon 4xxx series. Let's see if it has its place in the market.

| AMD Radeon GPU in Video Cards | Posted: Apr 28, 2009 5:57 am
TweakTown Rating: 90%      Manufacturer: GIGABYTE

The Package

 

Looking at the package there isn't anything we haven't seen before from GIGABYTE. We have the metallic purple and white setup which is pretty calming with a picture of a woman wielding a gun and manages to take up most of the package. As for information, we have the GIGABYTE and ATI logo running across the top.

 

GIGABYTE HD 4770 512MB Graphics Card

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Moving down, we have mention that the card carries with it GDDR5 memory. Moving to the bottom we have the model, in this case the HD 4770 and we again see mention that the card uses GDDR5 memory and that there's 512MB of it.

 

GIGABYTE HD 4770 512MB Graphics Card

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Turning the box over, we have the typical run down of information about what the card is capable of. We see mention of AVIVO and DirectX 10 support. Across the bottom we have a list of the main features while across the top and very bottom we have mention of the model and logos from GIGABYTE and ATI.

 

GIGABYTE HD 4770 512MB Graphics Card

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For a mid-range card there isn't really any surprises; we see a component out dongle along with a dual molex to 6-pin PCI-E connector. It's also good to see that ATI has included a DVI to HDMI connector which is always appreciated by the HT enthusiasts or owners of HDMI powered monitors. As far as paperwork goes, we've got a manual and alongside that we have a driver CD.

 

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