PowerColor PCS+ 5770 and Sapphire 5770 Vapor-X

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Introduction

Back in September 2009 ATI began releasing its 5000 series products with the launch of the 5870, the world’s first DirectX 11 capable hardware. Since then they have steadily been releasing models which offer various performance levels, including the dual GPU 5970 and midrange 5770. The latter has proven to be a popular product due to the great price to performance ratio it offers and today we have two different models on our review bench. Each offers enhanced performance and aftermarket cooling and we will be running them through a selection of real world benchmarks in both gaming and GPU computing tasks.

 

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