Fine entry-level gaming performance.
Reasonable power requirements.
Low power consumption.
Excellent performance per watt.
Native fullsize HDMI output.
Good overclocking potential.
Up to three active displays.
Fast 5 GHz GDDR5 memory chips.
Blocks a second PCIe slot.
Not ideal for gaming above 1,280 by 1,024.
DirectX 11 relevance limited at this time.
Overdrive limits too low.
No support for CUDA / PhysX.
By Neoseeker on January 04, 2012
Dual-Graphics Mode really works. In most titles, a nice improvement was seen by pairing the onboard graphics with the discrete card as an HD 6690D2, as AMD calls it. First, evidence shows that the performance is proportional to the sum of the power...-
By MadShrimps on July 22, 2011
The Radeon HD 6670 from AMD is a card to consider when building a HTPC system and succeeds to offer enough performance in games when using lower resolutions like 1280x1024, 1600x1200 or 1680x1050; for the last two resolutions, in some cases we might...-
By PC Mag on May 25, 2011
Keep your PC's resolution settings modest, and the $99 AMD Radeon HD 6670 can be a good way to play 3D games without breaking the bank....80
By Good Gear Guide on May 17, 2011
The AMD Radeon HD 6670 is a good low-cost graphics card for anyone who wants to upgrade from integrated graphics and give their PC the ability to run the latest games. It can run most games smoothly at Full HD resolutions, while more taxing games will...80
By Hardware Secrets on April 29, 2011
The GeForce GTS 450 was between 5% and 40% faster than the Radeon HD 6670 in our benchmarking. So, between the two, the GTS 450 is the video card we recommend. Some may think the comparison is a little bit unfair, since the GeForce GTS 450 is USD 15...-
By SilentPC Review on April 25, 2011
Many AMD budget graphics cards have overlapping price-points at the moment, with the HD 6570, HD 5670, and the GDDR5 version of the HD 5570 all lurking in the same price range. The 5570 is the obvious odd man out, while the 6570 doesn't offer as...-
By Guru of 3D on April 19, 2011
AMD Radeon HD 6670, HD 6570 and 6450 I know that being fashionably late sometimes can be fun, for this review we received the cards hmmz, half a day before launch. So please forgive us the 'quick' review where we dive into the basics only. Two...-
By Techgage on April 19, 2011
With Intel's Sandy Bridge launch, and the realization that AMD's Llano was right around the corner, I don't think many people expected to see three sub-$100 cards at this point, and to be honest, neither did I. Fortunately though, for those...-
By Kitguru.net on April 19, 2011
A great card at a reasonable price that is suitable for numerous...90
By HEXUS.net on April 19, 2011
The release of three mainstream graphics cards marks an almost-complete transition to the Radeon HD 6000 series for AMD. Previously available in OEM form for large system builders since February, AMD's HD 6450, HD 6570 and HD 6670 are incremental...60