Asus
Radeon HD 4770 EAH4770/HTDI/512MD5
SPECIFICATIONS
Model
Brand Asus
ModelRadeon HD 4770 EAH4770/HTDI/512MD5
Model numberEAH4770/HTDI/512MD5
Interface
InterfacePCI-E 2.0
Chipset
ChipsetATI
ModelRadeon HD 4770
Core clock750 MHz
Memory
Memory typeGDDR5
Memory size512 MB
Memory interface128-bit
Memory clock3200 MHz
Ports
Main portsDVIx2
Tv-outS-Video, HDTV
HdmiSupported via adapter
General
DirectXDirectX 10.1
OpenGLOpenGL 3.0
Ramdac400 MHz
Max resolution2560x1600
Sli/CrossfireYes
Cooleractive
Cooler extranone
Dual linkYes
HdcpYes
External powerYes
Power consumption80 W
GRAPHICS CARD REVIEW

RV740 GPU from ATI is a derivative from the RV770 core. The new gpu runs at 750MHz and has GDDR5 memory clocked at 800MHZ. This numbers give this card a memory bandwidth of 51.2 GB/s. Radeon HD 4770 is a 128-bit graphics card. The reviewed model from ASUS is almost entirely based on AMD's reference design, but uses a custom two-slot aluminium heatsink that makes this card fairly quiet one. The EAH4770 is PCI Express 2.0 x16 card, packed with 512MB of GDDR5 memory. This model has the usual list of supported features: ATI CrossfireX, HDCP, DX10.1, SM4.1, and Unified Video Decoder 2 for HD content decoding.

The RV740 graphics processor is a versatile little fighter and ASUS EAH4770 HTDI/512GD5/A model makes the best of it. The card easily beats the NVIDIA 9600GT and AMD Radeon HD 4670 and 4830, the models that all cost round 100$. It also matches the more expensive one, the Radeon HD 4850 and Geforce GTS 250 models, but since it lacks the shader firepower of the mentioned cards it is not that effective in more HDR and motion blur demanding game titles.

Never the less, the ASUS EAH4770 HTDI/512GD5/A graphics card, with its more than affordable price (round $100) and its fast core clocks, presents more than fine bargain.

XGCDB team.

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