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XFX HD7770 Black Edition S Crossfire & HD7750 DD Review

Homefront’s PC version was developed by Digital Extremes, a Canadian developer responsible for numerous Unreal Tournament games and Bioshock ports. It received mixed reports, although Kitguru really likes the single player aspect of this title. The engine isn’t the most demanding on the market, but it requires decent partnering hardware for solid frame rates at 1080p.


A single HD7750 struggles to maintain playable frame rates at these settings. The HD7770 1GHZ fares a little better. The XFX HD7770 Black Edition cards in Crossfire produce smooth average frame rates with this engine, just shy of 80 frames per second.

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  • Jeff Pinter

    great looking cards. still a bit costly for what you get I think. Crossfire any better than it was a few years ago? nothing worked when I had two cards. (well worked the way it should have). That is why I moved to nvidia.

  • Optix

    I wasnt impressed. but I can see the merit with two of them in Crosfire.

    Have to ask. Would the people buying one of these really be able to afford two?

  • Benjamin

    This is why crossfire makes sense. Obviously we have the rich guys who buy two high end boards to break benchmark scores, but back in the real world. you buy one, use it for a while, save up. then get another. you have high end card power for less money with less initial outlay.

    First time ive seen a company sell a bundle, with two in it. with two free games those cards work out at £135. its not bad value considering.

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