Sapphire Radeon HD 5670 Ultimate Pro Reviews
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"While the card is very efficient and consumes only 13 watts at idle, under load it can dump substantial heat into a chassis, this is a well known issue with coolers such as these. Therefore if you are fitting this into a low end HTPC chassis we would recommend that you have at least a single fan exhausting warm air in the vicinity of the board."
"Each card today uses the Redwood specifications, but also come with enhancements."
"I can see the Sapphire Radeon HD 5670 Ultimate making a big splash with those that are looking to complete a system built on absolute quiet. Chances are these people building such a system are home theatre enthusiants but for those that wish to do a little bit of gaming may like to know the Sapphire Radeon HD 5670 Ultimate is capable to play a fair share of games. Yes, gameplay will be hold in check as the HD 5670 is not the fastest card out there but with moderate settings you will be able to frag your way out of trouble in your favorite FPS. RPG and other strategy games will not be an issue with this card I was able to StarCraft 2 without having to dail down the settings at all."
"The performance is good, but the dual slot cooler takes up valuable real estate in a smallform case. Overall though, Sapphire has released a good card for a select market and it serves its purpose, running silent, power-frugal, and offering some modest gaming capabilities. It is well suited for an HTPC setup, and provided you have some good airflow across the passive heatsink, it can get the job done quite nicely."
"The HD 5670 ultimately sits in quite a good position. It's performance is a fair bit better than the HD 5570 GDDR5 model, while at the same time the HD 5750 which again performs a good bit faster costs a fair bit more. If you're looking at spending a bit over $100, the HD 5670 continues to be a nice option."