Sapphire Launches the Radeon HD 7770 Flex Edition
By Cássio Lima on September 6, 2012 - 12:48 PM


Sapphire has just announced the HD 7770 Flex Edition, a video card based on AMD’s Radeon HD 7770 GPU. The FleX feature enables users to connect low-cost DVI monitors for the first three screens in landscape or portrait mode, providing a cost-effective solution for increased productivity in content creation and editing applications as well as for display systems or multi-screen gaming.

The Sapphire HD 7770 Flex Edition works internally at 1 GHz, has 1 GB of GDDR5 memory running at 4.5 GHz through a 128-bit interface, and comes with one HDMI, one Single-Link DVI-D, one DisplayPort 1.2, and one Dual-Link DVI-I video output. By also using the DisplayPort output, the Sapphire HD 7770 FleX can support four monitors in Eyefinity, providing additional display options.

For enthusiasts wishing to maximize performance, an overclocking tool is available free to download from the Sapphire website, allowing users to tune GPU voltage as well as core and memory clocks, while continuously displaying temperature. Manual control of fan speed is supported, as well as user created fan profiles and the ability to save up to four different performance settings.

Information on pricing was not provided.

Sapphire HD 7770 Flex Edition
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Sapphire HD 7770 Flex Edition
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Sapphire HD 7770 Flex Edition
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Sapphire HD 7770 Flex Edition
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