Gigabyte Radeon HD 5670 Pro Reviews
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"If you needing a video card that has low power requirements, but also can play todays video games the Gigabyte 5670 is right up your alley."
"We'll pit the HD 5670 up against Gigabyte's own GT 240 card, and some others, to see whats going on in the mid-range these days. "
"For most users with the regular 19"-24" LCD monitors this card will fit the bill nicely, with its low power consumption and heat output it won't disturb your gaming experience with shrill fans or excess heat. Lan party participants will also like the Gigabyte Radeon HD5670 since it can handle decent monitors with good performance numbers, and still have money left over for gas and snacks."
"All of this put together makes the GV-567OC-1GI difficult to recommend. If you're looking for a modestly priced videocard for lightweight gaming, you're better served getting Gigabyte's own Radeon HD 4770 or a Radeon HD 4850. If you just need a videocard for HDMI video output you can grab a Radeon HD 4350 for around $50. Finally, if you really want to see DirectX 11 effects in your videogames, it's best to invest a bit more cash into a Radeon HD 5770 or 5850 graphics card so you can play games at acceptable frame rates."
"Eventually the Gigabyte HD 5670 1GB is a decent budget card, especially if you’re looking for one to put into your HTPC or with light gaming in mind. At this price, the given performance level is perfectly acceptable."