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No 6 Pin PCIE Needed.
Only about $20 more than 512MB version of the HD 5670.
Good performance for price.
Holds promise for DirectX 11 titles
Has a full gig of memory.
Capable of running three monitors in Eyefinity.
Significantly more powerful than any other mainstream video card.
Ideal for replacing integrated graphics or in an HTPC.
Great price performance ratio.
Silent cooling system.
Low Power usage and heat output.
HDMI and DisplayPort onboard.
Only a frame or two ahead of stock HD 5670 in DirectX 10 tests.
Limited 128bit Memory Bus.
Dual Slot GPU Cooler.
No Included DisplayPort to DVI converter.
Performance is not very appealing for gaming.
If all the new features weren't necessary, you could get a better card for the money.
By Atomic MPC on March 26, 2010
A decent enough choice for low-powered...
By Bjorn3D on February 06, 2010
The Sapphire HD 5670 1 GB is surprisingly powerful for a mid range card which packs all of the features of its big brothers. While you won't be able to play all of the latest games at the maximum settings, you won't have to run them at the...
By Computer Shopper on February 01, 2010
The extra 512MB of DDR5 RAM on Sapphire's version of the HD 5670 may boost performance in future games, but in most tests, it ran just slightly ahead of the less-costly model....
By ThinkComputers on January 17, 2010
After seeing the Futuremark scores, the gaming tests were at least as successful as I expected, probably moreso. The Sapphire Radeon HD 5670 running Crysis using AA showed a 64% increase in FPS, without AA showed a 12% increase. PT boats had a 50%...
By Fudzilla on January 14, 2010
These last couple of months ATI has been busy filling out its DirectX 11 offer, so as of today we have a new Radeon DX11 card on the market – the HD 5670. This card should nicely fit in lower-end segments of the market currently populated by...
By HardwareHeaven on January 14, 2010
The performance of the Sapphire 5670 1GB is fantastic for the price range. At £89 (inc. VAT) the consumer gets a card which has on-board HDMI, DisplayPort and DVI. Is Eyefinity capable,...
By Elite Bastards on January 14, 2010
After bringing DirectX 11 support to both enthusiast and mainstream gamers in an impressively timely fashion last year, there's no sign of any let-up from AMD as we enter 2010 - With two million DirectX 11 GPUs already shipped it certainly appears...
By Legit Reviews on January 14, 2010
The ATI Radeon HD 5670 512MB graphics card brings AMD's DirectX 11 offerings down to under $100 and is an impressive card. The Radeon HD 5670 1GB GDDR5 model cards are just slightly less expensive than the Radeon HD 5750 and don't offer as good...
By Overclockers Club on January 14, 2010
At the $100 price point you have in the Sapphire HD 5670 is the only Direct X 11 card at this part of the market. The HD 5670 is not really made to be a gaming power house as you have seen from the gaming benchmarks. It is meant to be a discrete...
By Ninjalane on January 14, 2010
Judging a midrange video card can be a difficult thing especially when it comes to gaming and other 3d specific applications. Overall our experience with the new GPU was excellent. Drivers installed without any issue and Benchmarks ran without a...
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