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GIGABYTE HD 4770 512MB GDDR5 Graphics Card (Page 1)

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.
Shawn Baker | Apr 28, 2009 at 12:57 am CDT - 1 min, 0 secs time to read this page
Rating: 90%Manufacturer: GIGABYTE

GIGABYTE HD 4770 512MB Graphics Card


The frequency of graphics card releases now compared to two years ago is just jaw dropping. There used to be three models; a low, mid and high-end model. And while we still have that base structure today, there are so many models that fit into each category. These days we have high mid range cards and low high end cards amongst the main three categories; the reason for this is because of the amount of power these cards offer.

The latest card to hit the market is the HD 4770 which expands upon the HD 4700 series from ATI. The weird thing is that it's a series that we haven't heard about a whole lot leading up to its release, especially in the new model market. What we've seen from ATI lately are models in the HD 4800 series, HD 4890, HD 4870, HD 4850 and more.

With the GIGABYTE HD 4770 in hand we'll find out if the model is jut ATI getting some attention or a model that's actually worth checking out in today's market. Let's have a look at what GIGABYTE has done with the package and bundle before having a closer look at the card. From there we'll find out just how it performs.

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