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AMD HD 7770 Pictured, Benchmarks Leaked?

Category: Video Cards
Posted: 05:14PM

The AMD HD 7000 series isn't even officially available yet, and aside from the HD 7970, the performance is not known about any of them. However, some leaked information concerning the AMD HD 7770 may shed some light on the more budget-friendly alternatives in the upcoming Southern Islands family. A photo of the HD 7770 has been revealed, along with some benchmark information. When paired with an Ivy Bridge Core i5 3550K processor running at 3.3GHz, the HD 7770 scored X1077 in 3DMark 11 on the Extreme setting, which makes it 25-30% faster than an HD 6770. The HD 7770 is also said to have 2GB of GDDR5 memory on a 128-bit interface, along with 896 Stream processors, 56 texture units, and 16 ROPs. The price is expected to be right around $140, and if that holds true, AMD could have a winner on its hands in the under $150 video card segment.

The AMD HD 7770 is projected to launch in February or March for $140, but we are still waiting to see what the HD 7800 series can bring. All of this is still just speculation, and until review samples are out, take this information with a grain of salt.

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Tim on January 3, 2012 07:59AM
Jeez that HD 7770 looks awful. It might be really good performance - wise but I bet it won't look very nice in anyone's machine.
sYstEmATiC on January 3, 2012 11:20AM
Thats also a prototype. The final version might look a little different(at least have some sort of graphics on it). Its surprisingly short.

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