|ATI Radeon HD5770 Juniper GPU Video Card|
|Reviews - Featured Reviews: Video Cards|
|Written by Bruce Normann|
|Tuesday, 13 October 2009|
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ATI Radeon HD5770
Coming right on the heels of the HD5800 series launch, ATI brings us another batch of cards based on class-leading 40nm GPUs and GDDR5 memory. The new cards, Radeon HD5770 and HD5750, use the same architecture as the new HD5800 series, but ATI basically cut the Cypress chip in half to create a brand new video card with hardware specs somewhere between an HD4870 and an HD4890. If you're thinking that's not a bad place to be, but want to see some proof of how the HD5770 performs, Benchmark Reviews is pleased to offer you the results of our extensive testing.
While the flagship ATI products got their day in the sun in September, these mid-range cards are going to compete in a much larger market with a lot more competitors. It's much more difficult to hit the bulls-eye in a market teaming with old standards and new stars, and of course, it's not a static target. Every day, the market shifts; sometime imperceptibly, sometimes radically. The target has been a bit jumpy these last few months, so let's see where this arrow lands.
About the company: ATI
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