Discussion in 'Frontpage news' started by Hilbert Hagedoorn, Nov 4, 2022.
Hardware Xess leaves FSR2.x in the dust visually.
Did even one member of guru3d bought an intel card?
Relax fan boy im living now not next month and currently this is a good deal cause it has twice the memory of 3060 and has better RT performance and btw glue is not sniffable just try to be more polite.
I am somewhat pleasantly surprised by this Intel 770 GPU overall. It is better than I anticipated performance and stability wise and the issues it does have seem to be things that will be likely to improve with time. On the other hand, I'm not sure where to even find one in stock right now, irregardless of price.
Ehm ?? No need to respond like that!
I wonder where we'd be if they doubled up the stats. So 64 Xe cores 64 RT Units and clock of say 2.4 and a 300 watt tdp.
Card scales pretty good with higher resolutions. That would be interesting to see.
They coming in good time. Well done Intel.
There's a place for Intel after AMD's products.
I think that plastic backcover is completely useless no? There's no thermal pads or anything, might aswell remove it.
RDNA3 will be same RDNA2 and all generations of AMD cards = loud , hot and "wide range of high FPS and low FPS/lag"
So, the same as my 2070 super? Well for 1080p this is a ok card then. To bad they do not have a high end alternative.
It really shows the lack of maturity of the product when you look at the inconsistencies between games:
Sometimes it trade blows with RTX 2080 (Valhalla, SOTTR)
Sometimes it's 15% below RTX 2080 (Far Cry 6, Forza 5)
Sometimes it's 30% below RTX 2080 (Witcher 3)
Aside from those variations it seems to be somewhere between RTX 3060 and 3060-Ti on Ray Tracing.
Most likely a matter of driver maturity ?
Definitely old news in terms of performance, not up to date at all. I was surprised to see performance per dollar being only bested by the 3060ti, but it's probably questionable sense to buy such a relatively low performing card when the next gen cards from NVidia & AMD are starting to come out.....although currently the price/performance ratio of the latest gens is nothing to write home about - rock & hard place!
Why this is soo damn expensive ? cost as much as 6700XT here ... (30-50 eur difference).
Talk about closing the stable door after the horse has bolted.
Intel cocked up big time not getting a card to 3DGuru for review on time and because of that I lost interest in the product a long time ago.
In EU, found a shop, where you can pre-order A770 16Gb LE for €420.-. it is ~€8.4/ fps G3D bang f bug
I like this "little pretty" card just how it looks from the outside. I refuse to give my money to AMD/ Nvidia, I will better "sponsor" a third competitor
Maybe I will be the first G3D member to buy this card!!
Ed.:I really mean it!!: minutes ago I was digging deep, and heureka!, found my original Koolance "made in USA" ultra high quality full copper GPU waterblock, a quality product, you will never ever get again. Like new in original packaging, box opened only for taking this uinque picture!
This block was ordered around 10 years ago directly from Koolance USA for my R9 280x and took 2-3 weeks shipping to Europe (ordered 2, got them cheaper because of discontnued model). OMG, I can tell you, this 100% US made waterblock will last forever, at least longer than any Nvidia GPU and most important, it will never melt! Hope it will fit my new A770 (in some way) without a lot of rework.
This Koolance block is 1/4 size of new EKWB´s for 4090 but weighs over twice as much and has absolutly no fancy plastics or LEDs, which is the best feature of all, just wonderful, love it.
But it's a bit of a shame that I have to dismantle this cute looking A770 for it....
maybe someone notices something...
Glad I was optimistic, Hilbert. It arrived! Fantastic review, it is articles like these that makes the site shine! Keep it up
Can it run Crysis? like..... no seriously can it actually run the original release of Crysis.
I like the LOOKS of the cooler on this but you can get a 3060 Crypto GPU off fleabay for a better price. or a 6700XT.
Epic comment. )
So, i`ve just read the review and it was as expected, a decent card with some drivers issues and too expensive for what it offers right now.
In Portugal the cards costs around 450€ but i`ve already seen it at 400€.
The correct price should be 300€, 350€ max.
It`s not a bad card for a start but Intel needs to deliver something better next round.
I think price little to high but performance is there unlike all there other outing with dGPU, sadely it only good performnace IF you have new system that supports rebar, other wise it really bad. Driver issue should sorted out at some point so long as it no abandoned.
2-3 gen down road if it still going should be intresting, would kill for pricing war to happen. cause right know gpu prices are just getting to stupid,