AMD ATI Radeon HD 5570 GDDR3 1GB PCIe

  • AMD ATI Radeon HD 5570 GDDR3 1GB PCIe
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Based on 9 scores, 39 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    2
  • Good:
    2
  • Average:
    0
  • Bad:
    5

Pros:

  • Modern feature set, True multi-mode solution in low-profile FF, Very low power consumption, Aggressive power modulation of GPU and RAM, Best video quality currently available, HDMI, VGA and DVI interfaces on single slot, Cool, quiet operation with refe...
  • Price, DX11, Eyefinity, Stream Technology, Great Performance to Cost Ratio, Playable FPS on all Eyefinity games.
  • Half-height board for slimline PCs; no need for power connector; much better gaming performance than its $50 counterpart

Cons:

  • Highend gaming titles need to be run at lower settings to avoid stutter, AIB partners will probably use lowerperforming coolers
  • In my Opinion

Expert reviews and ratings

By TechSpot on

There are at least a couple of ways in which you can look at the Radeon HD 5570. For starters, it is the most affordable DirectX 11 graphics card capable of gaming with a retail price of $79-85. How you value the ability to support DX11 games is...

By IT-Review on

After NVIDIA released their competitors to the successful ATI's 4000 series lower end cards, finally bringing us DX10.1 and GDDR5 and native audio support over HDMI, ATI has upped the ante with its new 5000 series cards from the lower segment....

By TechRadar on 80

Here we go again on the ever-expanding product merry-go-round with AMD. This time it's the ATI Radeon HD 5570 sloting in at twenty five notes short of a ton. Another price point covered then!If you've checked out the HD 5830 review then...

By ComputerPowerUser on 90

This card features a half-height form factor and has a DVI, HDMI, and VGA port on the full-height bracket. The active cooler on this card is considerably smaller than that of the 5670, covering GPU and memory chips. We wouldn't be surprised to see...

By DigitalVersus on 40

The card at a glance For our tests, we used a stock model supplied to us by ATI. The connectivity at the back of the card comprises an HDMI out, a DVI and a VGA. The fan cooling is noisy. Best not to go for models with the stock cooler then. Opt...

By Benchmark Reviews on 91

Looking at the performance of the ATI Radeon HD5570, you have to give up the idea that this is going to be a star gaming rig. In modern FPS games, it was just below 30 fps for all of the games we routinely test with, at the visual quality levels that...

By PCPer on

It's an odd feeling I have for the low end market of graphics cards over the past year or so. Neither AMD nor NVIDIA have really come out with a new product that I felt really ran away from the pack or set some new performance standard for the $99...

By Tom's Hardware on

What do you get when you mix DirectX 11, a trio of display outputs (though, bear in mind, the card on our test bench doesn't support three displays), bitstreaming, and a $10 price increase to the Radeon HD 4670? You get a Radeon HD 5570, more or...

By Guru of 3D on

For the money versus quality, it will actually make a bitching nice HTPC card, but here's the real advantage, with 400 unified shaders processors you certainly can handle some low-level gaming with it as well. Half a TeraFLOP is what is thrown at...

By AnandTech on

When AMD launched the 5670, they told us they had 2 more cards on the way: the 5450, and a 5500 series card. Last week we saw the launch of the 5450, utilizing the Cedar GPU and finishing off AMD’s chip stack. Today we’re looking at that...

By Rage3D on

AMD VisionAMD's final HD 5000 product splits the price difference between entry level and mainstream perfectly. It doesn't split the performance evenly, though; at almost 5 times the compute performance of the HD 5450 it is a great value for the...

By Techgage on

The fact that I'm writing yet another conclusion to an ATI HD 5000-series card review is just mind-blowing, and to think... I'm not quite done. The HD 5830 card will be here before we know it, and you can tell that AMD is doing everything it can...

By PC Pro on 50

Looks good on paper, but it's not great value for money....

By HotHardware on

The Radeon HD 5570 performed relatively well in our testing. In light of its $79 - $85 projected price point, the Radeon HD 5570 produced respectable frame-rates. Generally speaking, performance was significantly higher than the Radeon HD 5450 we...

By HardOCP on

The Radeon HD 5570 offers gamers an option between the Radeon HD 5450 and Radeon HD 5670. However, for not much more cash, the Radeon HD 5670 provides a much needed boost in games to provide a better gameplay experience. The lowest priced Radeon HD...

By Gizmodo on

You might not be a big graphics card PC buff, but in the under $100 sector, the new ATI Radeon HD 5570 is definitely a product to know. Tom's Hardware shares their excellent, extremely thorough review of the product here. And to note, the 5570...

By Neoseeker on

The HD 5570 was a pleasant surprise: it offered more gaming performance than we at first imagined it would. Compared to last generation's HD 4550, the HD 5570 impressed us by leaning more towards the mid-range than what is often shown on the...

By OverclockersQH on

Overall the 5570 is by far one of the best cards I have personally used; are there better cards out there? Yes, but does the overall improvement on performance worth the additional cost? That’s debateable if you are a casual gamer and there are...

By SilentPC Review on

ATI Radeon HD 5450 512MB: According to reviews at HardwareCanucks and AnandTech, the Radeon HD 5450, as we expected, delivers poor modern gaming performance, only capable of smooth play in less GPU-intensive games, and even then at lower resolutions...

By Legion Hardware on

Manufacturer: AMDPrice: $80 USAuthor: Steven WaltonEditor: Kylie PerrinDate: 7/02/2010DISCUSS REVIEW [ Conclusion ]When I reviewed the Radeon HD 5870 back in September of 2009 it was quite difficult to convey just how impressed I was with this...