The Gigabyte HD 5770 Super Overclockhas two rather hefty claims that it needs to match, the first is the claim that this card is 13% better than a stock HD 5770 and the second is that it is 4.3% better than a GTX 260.  It’s GPU is clocked 50MHz higher than the reference card at 900MHz but the memory remains unchanged at 4.8GHz effective, so on paper it does not look terribly impressive.  [H]ard|OCP did manage a better overclock with some tweaking but they were not interested in raising voltages as they temperatures were already hitting 90C.  Once the tests were finished [H] did not see verification of Gigabyte’s claim but for the price they are asking it still does remain a good deal for those not needing the greatest GPU available.

“The Gigabyte HD 5770 Super Overclock provides us with “Ultra Durable” components, cherry-picked GPUs, higher GPU frequencies, and a new cooling solution. With all that, does it wipe the floor with a Radeon HD 5770? How about GBT’s claims comparing its card to the aging GTX 260? We put it to the test.”

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