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Monday, May 11, 2009
XFX HD4770

2. The package

The XFX HD 4770 comes in a relatively small box:

A second internal black box includes the board and of course the various goodies we expect from XFX.

Everything is well placed inside this package. There you will find:

  • ATI Radeon HD 4770
  • Cross Fire Bridge
  • HDTV Cable
  • 6-pin to 4-pin power cable
  • DVI to VGA Adapter
  • DVI to HDMI Adapter
  • Install CD with User Guide
  • XFX Door Hanger
  • Quick Installation Guide
  • Driver CD Installation Guide

The XFX HD4770 is surprisingly compact in size. The 40nm GPU requires less space on the board allowing the designers to offer a graphics card with a length of just t 22cm, offering easy installation even in mini ATX PC cases.

The XFX HD4770 is based on the reference ATI HD4770 design but it is equipped with a different cooling system. The cpu cooler has been specially designed for the XFX product. It is made out of full copper and has a noiseless 80mm fan. Combined with the Quimonda GDDR5 memory, the set should be quite overclockable..

The XFX HD4770 has 2x DVI-D and a 1x HDTV ports. The card can be also connected to an HDMI port via a DVI-D-to-HDMI adapter.

A single 6-pin power jack is enough to power this baby. But make sure that your PSU is offering at least 450Watt before connecting this card to your system.

ATI's Crossfire is also possible using a second HD 4770 card.

The XFX HD 4770 retails for around 96 Euro (including VAT) as you can find in online stores.

Let's see now some more details about the card after installation. The GPU core runs at 750MHz and the memory at 800MHz. The GPU-Z software provides all the needed information for our eyes. notice that the GPU temperature is really low at 36 degrees Celsius in idle mode:

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