ATI Radeon HD 5670 Pro Reviews
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"The ATI Radeon HD5670 earns a Golden Tachometer Award, because it's the card many people kept wishing for. The mainstream consumer wanted something powerful, easy to install, and cheap. ATI hit all three targets with a low power solution that answers the eternal question: "Can I use this video card with my XYZ OEM power supply?" For every mainstream user you know, who wants a cheap, easy upgrade, and maybe a dual-monitor setup, too...the ATI Radeon HD5670 fits the bill."
"As a hardcore gamer it might be hard to be excited with the HD5670 as it clearly does not offer the performance we want. As a card for a casual gamer that just wants to play relatively modern games and not are that fussed if they can run it at the highest possible resolution or settings though it is a perfect card as it still gives them the latest features including DX11 support, Eyefinity, low power usage and great media playback, and all that for a price below $100! As it doesn't need any extra power we also expect fanless versions of it coming out which would fit perfect in a htpc. If you are a bit more serious about gaming though we still think that it is better to spend a bit more on a HD5750- or a HD5770-based card as the performance they give will make it possible to play most new games without having to compromise when it comes to quality settings."
"...if your budget is below 100 USD, and all you do is occasionally play a game at a monitor resolution of say 1280x1024 to 1600x1200, watch movies often and do a lot of desktop work then we can wholeheartedly recommend the Radeon HD 5670. The card packs plenty of performance and features and it will surprise you in that fashion -- in a good way."
"Casual and mainstream users and gamers who have been holding back on upgrading their graphics cards can rejoice, for the new Radeon HD 5670 is a solid mainstream gaming solution. Seeing that the Radeon HD 5670 was remarkably faster than its predecessor - the Radeon HD 4670 - and that it also comprehensively beat NVIDIA's competing GeForce GT 240, we think it's fair to say that the new Radeon HD 5670 performs very well and up to our expectations. More impressive was the fact that it could (at times) match up to the GeForce 9800 GT, a very popular choice amongst mainstream users. The only downside to the new Redwood XT chip is that it seemed to exhibit some difficulty tackling anti-aliasing on very high resolutions, but that's not much of a problem considering that this series of cards weren't meant for such high resolution gaming."
"If you're in the market for an affordable graphics card as an upgrade from an integrated solution or last-gen mainstream card, the Radeon HD 5670 is worth a serious look. AMD has just lowered the DirectX 11 cost of entry to below 100 bucks, and has done so with a product that doesn't skimp on features and offers very respectable performance for the money. That makes the Radeon HD 5670 a solid value in our book."