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    even with crossfire it will use less power than 1 gtx & almost same as amd 6870 single card .so for one 1080p monitor i feel that just using 160w crossfire of 7770 is more than enough .& economical in the long run .also 7770 is a pci e 3 enabled gpu where 6870 is pci e 2 ..so what do you think

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    Performance does not depend on the power it consumes.. The less power a gpu consumes the better..the less current bill u have to give..and to make it really simple for you.. The more money u spend the better card you get..money e shob..so get the highest one u can afford
    Last edited by dipanzan; September 4th, 2012 at 17:22.

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    As a new guy here.. Have more patience.. I tried answering ur question and 7770 is a very good card.. OC edition is better.. On a 19'' monitor that card is enough to play any game in high settings
    Last edited by dipanzan; September 4th, 2012 at 17:25.

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    Ki hoilo re vai, notun member re emne bash dea hochchhe keno?
    Bujlamna...
    Keo kisu na jene ultapalta question korletoh amader ragar karonnai.
    Answer na dao,shesh.

    @op , power consumption and performance are totally different.
    Power joto kom khabe toto valo. Performance joto beshi dibe toto valo.
    Performance usually mapa hoe frame per second dieye in games with diff softwares like msi afterburner , fraps etc.

    Nvidia er latest cards ektu kom power khae (electricity) while giving same performance ..
    And about 7770hd crossfire is a bad idea cause , etar onek problem. Jekono crossfire eri onek issue thake like not supported by one specific game, microstutter, flicker etc etc etc.....
    So, duita kom powerful card crossfire korar theke ekta beshi powerful card use kora onek better, jodio ektu price ektu beshi pore sometimes.

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    Stop fighting
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    An HD7770 CF is a bad idea, get a single powerful card. Due to the fact that not all games scales well, though nowadays CF has improved drastically but still get a Single GPU setup then later after a year or two you can and another one.
    A HD7950 for 34k is a killer deal, spend a bit more and get that. But if you are set on getting dual HD7770s then do check this review to clear out all the confusions.

    - - - Updated - - -

    And even though a HD7770 supports PCI-E 3.0 bus but it cannot utilize the bandwidth of PCI-E 2.0 so its near to useless if you ask me. Even a 7970 has little to zero improvements on PCI-E 3.0 over PCI-E 2.0 x16.

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    with all respect @sami ulislam and @Vanguard bro i think he is new to gpu related stuff instead of laughing at his lack of knowledge about them lets help him out thats the main purpose of this forum right? once i also had 0% knowledge about gpu but BG helped me out.

    @Robin Sultan calm down there is nothing to get angry about.there are many members in bg who will surely help u out.

    2 7770 costs 14.5+14.5=29k

    with 29k and adding a bit more u can get 7870 which is wayyy better than 7770 cf.so why are u thinking of all these complicated stuff of cf.just get a good gpu within ur budget along with a good 550w psu.

    for the time being im running 6850 on my 21.5inch monitor so if u get a 7870/7950 it can run games for 2-3years in my opinion.
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    Haha...leave korben ken..then it would be like the melodramatic teenage first love ,where emotion plays the main part

    and about crossfire/sli.
    I visit some abroad forums regularly ,where i see that 95percent driver related problems are from cfx/sli users.
    It may boost ur fps alot but it suins the fun of a game.
    Tarporeo apne jodi paren eshob problem tackle dite , u can do cfx. But again 7770hd cfx is a bad idea.
    At hd resolution it is not equal to 7870hd.
    Even a 7850hd would be a better choice believe me.
    Last edited by Mohiuddin; September 4th, 2012 at 17:20.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robin Sultan View Post
    Don't be so happy so early ..still thinking ...if i leave trolls(criminals) along with those who support trolls wins ..
    ha ha ha Dont leave us man. Im sure u will be a good member of BG. Introduce yourself here http://banglagamer.com/showthread.ph...r-Introduction

    dont go for 7770 crossfire. Buy a 7870.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mohiuddin View Post
    Ki hoilo re vai, notun member re emne bash dea hochchhe keno?
    Bujlamna...
    Keo kisu na jene ultapalta question korletoh amader ragar karonnai.
    Answer na dao,shesh.

    @op , power consumption and performance are totally different.
    Power joto kom khabe toto valo. Performance joto beshi dibe toto valo.
    Performance usually mapa hoe frame per second dieye in games with diff softwares like msi afterburner , fraps etc.

    Nvidia er latest cards ektu kom power khae (electricity) while giving same performance ..
    And about 7770hd crossfire is a bad idea cause , etar onek problem. Jekono crossfire eri onek issue thake like not supported by one specific game, microstutter, flicker etc etc etc.....
    So, duita kom powerful card crossfire korar theke ekta beshi powerful card use kora onek better, jodio ektu price ektu beshi pore sometimes.
    Quote Originally Posted by eXcavator View Post
    Stop fighting
    To @OP
    An HD7770 CF is a bad idea, get a single powerful card. Due to the fact that not all games scales well, though nowadays CF has improved drastically but still get a Single GPU setup then later after a year or two you can and another one.
    A HD7950 for 34k is a killer deal, spend a bit more and get that. But if you are set on getting dual HD7770s then do check this review to clear out all the confusions.

    - - - Updated - - -

    And even though a HD7770 supports PCI-E 3.0 bus but it cannot utilize the bandwidth of PCI-E 2.0 so its near to useless if you ask me. Even a 7970 has little to zero improvements on PCI-E 3.0 over PCI-E 2.0 x16.
    Quote Originally Posted by ochin View Post
    with all respect @sami ulislam and @Vanguard bro i think he is new to gpu related stuff instead of laughing at his lack of knowledge about them lets help him out thats the main purpose of this forum right? once i also had 0% knowledge about gpu but BG helped me out.

    @Robin Sultan calm down there is nothing to get angry about.there are many members in bg who will surely help u out.

    2 7770 costs 14.5+14.5=29k

    with 29k and adding a bit more u can get 7870 which is wayyy better than 7770 cf.so why are u thinking of all these complicated stuff of cf.just get a good gpu within ur budget along with a good 550w psu.

    for the time being im running 6850 on my 21.5inch monitor so if u get a 7870/7950 it can run games for 2-3years in my opinion.
    @Robin Sultan , read the replies above. It's already there. Plus it's better you use the report button instead of arguing like that, if you find any post obtrusive- you can inform it to us. We mods aren't available 24/7, but we'd like if you use this forums the appropriate way and not write around remarks about other members.

    As for your question:

    CF/SLI is awesome if you have the money and everything compatible with your system but with two low end cards, SLI or CF is a bad idea. Both of these technologies scale really well, no doubt but it's better to have a single card over two weak b/w starved cards. Afaik, 1 7770 costs ~15-16k, two of them will set you around 31k, with that budget you can buy a 7870 after some bargaining(you have to increase your budget a bit) and that will really give you the bang for buck in the long run. The 7870 can compete with cards like 7950 once it's OCed if you are into overclocking or you can just leave it at stock and it's plenty for 1080p.

    Crossfire also requires that you have two PCIe x16 ports which are well apart from each other so that you can maximize airflow for the top card which gets choked due to the second card. Also a good casing helps, and a power supply which can take the task, but in your case the 7770s are really efficient. As the other have stated, driver problems are also eminent. Some games simply do not use the 2nd card which makes it null of a dual GPU setup not taking advantage of that extra power. They are improving by the day, but these problems do exist! I'd suggest you to get a 7850/7870 and scrape the 7770 CF idea completely.

    I've cleaned this thread, I don't want to come here again and clean up posts. I expect you guys to show some level of professionalism next time.
    Last edited by dipanzan; September 4th, 2012 at 17:43.

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    thx admin for cleaning the mess that happened previously ..yeah i should have searched for report button ..but i just saw it now ..but thx for doing what is right .hope those who abuse new members ,complain about too many threads ..should learn from this ,cz i might be new in this site but nt new at all in forums which discus different tech ,non tech talks ..so any kind of ignorance is not appreciated...& thx for clearing my view on CF ..i was really leaning towards it .thx BG for changing my view otherwise which might be a costly mistakes tht i could have done

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    Yeah I agree. Cf or sli using low end cards should be discouraged. When u plan to use dual gpu setup, try to choose such cards one piece of which is powerful enough to handle a game on full he with max setting on its own without sli or cfx. Like gtx 560 non ti or ti or 570 or 580 for ati 6950 or 6870 etc etc. cuz there r some games which don't utilize or even support dual gpu setup. Also so far I hav been concerned that sli is a lot better than cfx due to nvidia support.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shafi View Post
    Yeah I agree. Cf or sli using low end cards should be discouraged. When u plan to use dual gpu setup, try to choose such cards one piece of which is powerful enough to handle a game on full he with max setting on its own without sli or cfx. Like gtx 560 non ti or ti or 570 or 580 for ati 6950 or 6870 etc etc. cuz there r some games which don't utilize or even support dual gpu setup. Also so far I hav been concerned that sli is a lot better than cfx due to nvidia support.
    You are right. 80% games dont officially supports dual gpu unless there's a patch later on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vanguard View Post
    You are right. 80% games dont officially supports dual gpu unless there's a patch later on.
    But you do realize that 90% games get CF/SLI support after a week of release right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vanguard View Post
    You are right. 80% games dont officially supports dual gpu unless there's a patch later on.
    @ vangard i will be glad if you don't post in my thread anymore & you know the reason why .so peace. be upon you ..
    Last edited by Robin Sultan; September 4th, 2012 at 23:53.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robin Sultan View Post
    @ vangard i will be glad if you don't post in my thread anymore & you know the reason why .so peace. be upon you ..
    Be cool bro. I am like this. Nothing to do..... Just dont judge me by that. Hope other members @nirzhar @The Prophet @dipanzan @waliDJ would be able to tell more about me......
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    People are getting rude day by day.Good to know that there are people who are still helpful and friendly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robin Sultan View Post
    even with crossfire it will use less power than 1 gtx & almost same as amd 6870 single card .so for one 1080p monitor i feel that just using 160w crossfire of 7770 is more than enough .& economical in the long run .also 7770 is a pci e 3 enabled gpu where 6870 is pci e 2 ..so what do you think
    bhaia , i dont actually know much but just trying to help ...... asa kori mind korben nah

    Amd latest gfx cards have lower tdps that actually makes it better - less power consumption+ low heat + reliablity + adequate performance = kind of what Amd radeon 7770 seems like ... if u can , get a oc able version like ( Msi power edition saphire oveclock edition , xfx black edition and so on ........................... )

    last but not least take a look here
    http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/...ew,3107-3.html
    take some time to mingle wid the editions like ghz editions , xfx R black editions etc !
    in terms of cF if microsluttering is no issue ... u should be having > gtx 580 !
    thats someting to wow abt

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