AMD's Radeon HD 7700 series has never been a personal favourite of ours; the issue we've always had with the model was for the price, the performance just wasn't good enough. Saying that, since launch we've seen some nice variants of the model that help it stand out a bit more and a recent change makes the model start to look quite attractive.
In an effort to remain strong in the market we saw AMD do some aggressive price drops on the HD 7000 series of video cards and of course the HD 7770 was part of that. Since we've already looked at so many HD 7700 series based cards we today thought we'd focus on the key areas of what this particular card offers.
We'll start off by looking at the package and the card itself and check the performance of the card under 3DMark 11 to get an idea what exactly is going on with it. We'll then cover the cooler and see how it handles the HD 7770 core and what kind of noise it puts out.
Starting off with the box, though, you can see we've got a bit of a new design when it comes to the Vapor-X box and it looks awesome. You can see clearly that it's part of the Vapor-X series and on the right side of the box you can see that this particular card is pre-overclocked.
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