AMD ATI Radeon HD 5670 512MB PCIe

  • AMD ATI Radeon HD 5670 512MB PCIe
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Based on 13 scores, 39 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    5
  • Good:
    5
  • Average:
    1
  • Bad:
    2

Pros:

  • Excellent VPU Cooler, Cheap DirectX11 Gaming, Decent Overclocking, Build quality, Price
  • DX11 ready, low power draw, single slot cooler, silent operation
  • Good Performance, Supports DirectX 11, Low Power Requirement, Runs Silently

Cons:

  • A bit pricey, performance isn't significantly higher than the older/cheaper cards
  • Temperature Issues

Expert reviews and ratings

By TechSpot on -

For a few months now AMD's graphics division has been pushing out one great product after another. The dual-GPU Radeon HD 5970, the Radeon HD 5870 and Radeon HD 5850 all had something going for them; whether it was unrivaled processing power in its...

By PC Authority on 83

The Radeon HD 5670 is an ideal graphics card for multimedia enabled PCs...

By TweakNews on -

The HIS Radeon HD5670 is a very capable card for the cheap price of only US$89 at your favorite online retailer. Although it is not a screamer, at almost half the price of a HD5750, for the moderate gamer, it could be considered quite a deal for a...

By ComputerPowerUser on 80

The card we tested features a full-height, single-slot form factor and DisplayPort, HDMI, and DVI ports. The heatsink and fan combo covers about three-quarters of the board and vents heat inside the case, but with peak and idle power draw rated at 64W...

By XtremeComputing on -

Well where do I begin, in all honestly I was surprised by this card quite a bit, it outperformed my expectations by a large margin really, ok I know modern cards will get faster and better but you have to look at the bigger picture here.Here we have a...

By X-bit Labs on -

The Redwood processor and the Redwood-based Radeon HD 5670 graphics card seem to be successful and mature products with not-yet-polished-off drivers. The new card is confidently ahead of the competing GeForce GT 240 GDDR5 in most of the tests. It is a...

By iXBT Labs on -

According to the test results, the new card considerably outperforms GeForce GT 240, its direct rival, as well as RADEON HD 4670, almost in all tests. In other words, the MSRP of $99 is more than adequate. If the actual price is...

By Rage3D on -

ATi RadeonAMD's ATI Radeon HD 5670 is a strong card at a nice price. With 66% of the market looking at the sub $100 market, AMD needed to have a card with a strong feature set and performance to match. The HD 5670 delivers on that need with a low...

By TechTree on 70

ATI is about to complete their entire range of Cypress card, and come February, we'll see the tail enders also launching their cards to cater to the HTPC and entry-level gamer segment. The HD5670 has many things going for it that make it a very...

By PCWorld India on 82

As I mentioned earlier, the ATI Radeon HD 5670 is priced at Rs. 6,000. Keeping in mind that this price is sure to drop in the future bringing it into the realm of entry level cards, the HD 5670 gives very good performance for a 5K card. Combining...

By PC Advisor on 80

The ATI Radeon HD 5670 gives very good performance for a budget card. Combining that with its low power requirement makes it a good addition to any mid-to-budget gaming rig. Nikhil Pradhan Buy it now: click here...

By TestSeek Labs on 89

The first member of the Evergreen family hit the market back in September (2009). AMD has since then not said much about what would follow.AMD chose to release the 5670 card at last week’s CES 2010 event. The 5600 series chip is called Redwood and...

By Techgage on 95

AMD has pulled off some great things lately. It not only delivered the HD 5000 series, which helped deliver unparalleled performance, and an appealing feature-set, and it's not only delivering the world's first $100 DirectX 11 card, but by how...

By ExtremeTech on -

Both the ATI Radeon HD 5670 and the PNY Verto GeForce GT 240 deliver modest gaming power for their $99 price. If your needs are simple—you're just looking for something to pep up your off-the-shelf (or off-the-download games) games, and maybe...

By Tom's Hardware on -

It might be worth a retrospective to consider the Radeon HD 4770. It was April 2009 and the GeForce 8800 GT and Radeon HD 4830 were true champions of the ~$100 price point. Then, AMD introduced the Radeon HD 4770, a potential game-changer built on...

By PC Pro on 83

Quicker than its predecessor but no more expensive, it's ideal for a versatile media centre...

By Rbmods.com on -

So this is a ~100$ lower end card but I have to say that I am satisfied with the performance, I was able to benchmark most new games without any major issues and the card suprised me really. I was able to run the DirectX 11 benchmarks and games...

By AnandTech on -

After a holiday break, AMD’s staggered launch of the Evergreen family picks back up today with the launch of the Radeon HD 5670. The 5670 marks the desktop launch of Redwood, the 3rd chip in the Evergreen family, designed to fit in below the...

By Guru of 3D on -

The Series 5600 cards will obviously be targeted at a very specific audience, 90% of this websites reader base will very likely not opt this card purely due to sheer game performance alone but at sub 100 USD the card definitely surprised us. The more...

By Bit-tech.net on 60

Whether the HD 5670 appeals to you will rely heavily on how much you think is an acceptable amount to spend on a graphics card, hence its mainstream" tag line. We imagine for the vast majority of our readers, 120 on a graphics card probably...