Thursday, March 15th 2012

Powercolor Adds a Flavor Into HD7700 Series: PCS+ HD7770 GHz Edition

TUL Corporation, a leading manufacturer of AMD graphic cards, today announces a new flavor into HD7700 series: the PCS+ HD7770 GHz Edition. Packed with factory overclocked setting, the PCS+ HD7770 delivers the out-of-box gaming performance with core speed at 1150 MHz and memory speed at 5.0 Gbps; based on the advanced 28 nm GCN architecture and PCI Express 3.0, the PCS+ HD7770 enables the best efficiency and extraordinary performance by doubling the bandwidth between GPU and CPU.

PowerColor PCS+ HD7770 has equipped with solid cooling design; by utilizing heat pipe direct touch technology, it can be cooled down efficiently through heat pipe which fully covers GPU, easily carrying away excessive heat from large extrusion heat sink and cooling fan on top. Moreover, with smart fan control technology, this edition enables the best user experience through automatically fan speed controlled.


Support with the industry-leading technology, PowerColor PCS+ HD7770 features AMD Eyefinity 2.0 technology and AMD HD3D Technology, enabling multi-display stereoscopic 3Dcontent and delivering an immersive "wrap around" gaming experience. Also, it packed with AMD PowerTune technology, this intelligent power monitoring technology allows higher clock speeds and better performance when needed, delivering the most efficient way for gaming like never before.

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12 Comments on Powercolor Adds a Flavor Into HD7700 Series: PCS+ HD7770 GHz Edition

#1
eidairaman1
very clean looking shroud on that card. I wonder how it performs. I been eying the triple 7 for awhile too
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#3
micropage7
by: eidairaman1
very clean looking shroud on that card. I wonder how it performs. I been eying the triple 7 for awhile too
yep looks clean and with OC
nice match
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#4
jbunch07
Looks like they upped the memory bandwidth to 256-bit. Correct me if im wrong but reference 7770 is 128-bit no?
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#5
NHKS
by: jbunch07
Looks like they upped the memory bandwidth to 256-bit. Correct me if im wrong but reference 7770 is 128-bit no?
yes.. u r right.. i thought it too.. AMD site says 128-bit 1GB DDR5.. PC has probably doubled bandwidth..

thats a nice looking shroud anyways..
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#6
alienstorexxx
finally someone does what all are refusing to, put a 256bit bus on a entry level card... :toast:
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#7
eidairaman1
I wouldnt consider Triple 7 being a entry level, more like anything that is 6,5,4,3 being entry level.

7,8,9 being the Upper Tier, 3,4,5,6 being the lower tier
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#8
alienstorexxx
if it's "entry" for amd, it is "entry" for me :]

i almost write, "mid range card" but, somone could say it was entry, wich is more accurate acording how amd launched this series. and i get exactly the oposite :confused:

is entry for the GCN cards ;)
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#11
Scheich
Wishful thinking is more likely :)
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