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    Ever since the past year or two something changed on a very positive note with the MSI design team. The somewhat more enthusiast audience is currently being catered much better then MSI has done ever before.




    Proof of that are their top notch components to be found in the high-end motherboards, I mean just look at the GD80 series products and the new Big bang concept. Next to that last year another concept was introduced, MSI's Lightning series of graphics cards. Last year these where all NVIDIA based products, and all located in the somewhat high-end region of the market, armed with an optimized PCB, better components and cooling this product series ensure great overclocking potential and just a heck of a lot of tweaking fun.

    That lightning series concept has now been brought to their mid-range product line as well, under another label label though -- HAWK. And today here at Guru3D.com we'll be looking at a Radeon HD 5770 HAWK edition based on a custom PCB, voltage check points, improved power phases and a nice heavy duty yet silent cooler. MSI labels it as their military class products, as the quality and choice in components is just top notch.

    This definitely is the stuff you guys, the Guru3D.com audience likes to read up on .. a whole lot ! So therefore let me startup this review, a mid-range product .. armed with a high-end concept. The end results is astonishing, a cool looking silent product, that we overclocked quite easily towards 1050 MHz ... yeah, we just got your attention didn't we ? Have a peek at the product and then head onwards to the next page where we'll startup this in-depth test.




    Radeon HD Series 5700 features
    Today's tested product will position itself smack down in-between the Radeon HD 4850 and the Radeon 4870 in terms of performance. The Radeon HD 4870 which we all know and love for its performance has 956 million transistors embedded onto that die. The new Radeon HD 5700 GPUs have 1040 million transistors. Correct, that is 1+ billion transistors tucked away in a small chip. The fabrication node, just like the 5800 series, is 40nm for this product.

    The reference Radeon HD 5770 will be clocked at 850 MHz. Its memory is clocked at 1200 MHz (4800 MHz effective).
    The MSI 5770 HAWK is clocked slightly higher at 875 MHz and the memory is clocked at 1200 MHz (4800 MHz effective).
    Shader processors then; similar to the Radeon HD 4850/4870/4890 the Radeon HD 5770 will have 800 Shader processors, with the 5750 having 720 Shader processors. Though that looks a little pale in comparison to the 5800 series, remember... these are mid-range products at really affordable prices (!).

    The number of ROP units are rocking steady at 16 and sure -- texture units remain at 40 for the 5770 and 36 for the 5750.

    But before you get blinded by all the specs in a few lines of text, let's break down the card announced today in comparison to last year's Radeon HD 4870.



    These numbers are really good, for the money this is going to make an excellent mid-range product series. We have not discussed it just yet, but memory; ATI will stick to DDR5 for their mid-range and high-end products. On the 5700 they'll crank it down a notch as we get 128-bit memory, cutting the bandwidth in half from 256-bit. However, since it's gDDR5 memory (quad data rate) it will still offer sufficient bandwidth.

    So we established that the culprit of the 5700 series will be a cut off memory bandwidth, and this is the reason why its performance actually will be slightly lower (on average) than say a Radeon HD 4870.

    However, you can expect the Radeon HD 5770 to outperform any current single-GPU based graphics card in the mid-range segment like the Radeon HD 4850 and GeForce GTS 250. And all that with a single chip utilizing less roughly 120 Watts.

    But let's have a look at the MSI's 5770 HAWK a little closer.















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    พี่ๆ ที่เก่งอังกฤษแปลหน่อยนะ อิอิ

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    งามโพด

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    ราคาแรงหรือเปล่า

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    Coming Soon Here !
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    อยากได้ กิเลสเกิดแล้ว ฮ่าๆๆๆ

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    ไหนๆก็เอามาลงแล้ว แปลด้วยครับ ^^

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZoLKoRn View Post
    Coming Soon Here !
    จะได้เห็น แล้ว!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by effman View Post
    ไหนๆก็เอามาลงแล้ว แปลด้วยครับ ^^
    ถ้าแปลได้ก็แปลไปแล้ว อิอิ

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    Original This sample Overclocked with Rivatuner
    Core Clock: 850MHz Core Clock: 875MHz Core Clock: 1050MHz
    Shader Clock: 850MHz Shader Clock: 875MHz Shader Clock: 1050MHz
    Memory Clock: 4800MHz Memory Clock: 4800MHz Memory Clock: 5660MHz
    ดูแล้วเย็นดี เห็นเขาเทสแล้ว น่าซื้อดี คล็อกแล้ว แรงก่า 4890 พอสมควร แต่ราคานิ ไม่รู้ ว่า.....ไหม

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    สวย..น่าสอยหิ้!!

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    นี่สิถึงจะเรียกว่าสวย

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    ซิ้งสวยน่าจะเย็นน้อ

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    ไม่ชอบตรงที่ตัด DVI ออกไปอันนึงนี่แหละครับ

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    ตอนแรกเห็นก็สวยดี แต่ดูไปดูมา แป๋ว port dvi มีแค่ 1 พอร์ตเอง ใครต่อ 2 จอ คิดหนักเลย

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