ASUS Radeon HD 6770 DirectCU Silent review -
When it was released, the Radeon HD 5770 was immensely popular for the money. A decent shader processor count versus good features versus an acceptable price. That makes the 125~150 EUR card offering a decent gaming experience.
Over the summer AMD decided to respin and rebrand some of its graphics card, and that entails a re-launch of the existing Juniper XT (Radeon HD 5770 series) as the Radeon HD 6770 series.
The Radeon HD 6770 we test today is pretty much the very same stuff released back in October 2009. A few tweaks here and there have been made at BIOS level and price has gone down a little, as the cards from ASUS for example will cost you a 100 EUR. Top it off with a custom design to 125 EUR and you receive a more customized or factory overclocked model.
Today we look at the ASUS Radeon HD 6770 DirectCU Silent edition. An entry level product series for gamers based on a Juniper graphics core that can still flex its muscle.
The x-factor for this particular product however is that its completely passively cooled, what should be a relatively small card .. ends up like the USS enterprise in terms of size and design.
Have a peek at the all new Radeon HD 6770 model from ASUS and then lets head onwards into the review.
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