XFX ATI Radeon HD6670 1 GB DDR3 VGA/DVI/HDMI PCI-Express Video Card HD667XZHF3

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XFX ATI Radeon HD6670 1 GB DDR3 VGA/DVI/HDMI PCI-Express Video Card HD667XZHF3

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  • Chipset: Radeon HD6670; Engine Clock: 800 MHz; Video Memory: 1GB DDR3
  • Memory Clock: 1600 MHz; Memory Interface: 128-bit; Bus: PCI-Express 2.1 x16; Stream Processors: 480
  • RAMDAC: 400 MHz; Max. Resolution: 2560 x 1600; Connectors: VGA, DVI, HDMI; Thermal: Fansink
  • Support Microsoft Windows 7; Support ATI CrossFireX Technology; Support ATI Stream Technology;
  • Support AMD HD3D Technology; Support AMD Accelerated Parallel Processing (APP) Technology;
  • Support ATI Eyefinity Technology; Support ATI PowerPlay Technology; Support ATI Avivo HD Technology
  • Support HDCP – High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection; Support Microsoft DirectX 11, Shader Model 5.0 and OpenGL 4.1

Radeon HD 6670 PCIE 1GB DDR3 VGA DVI HDMI 800MHZ
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XFX ATI Radeon HD6670 1 GB DDR3 VGA/DVI/HDMI PCI-Express Video Card HD667XZHF3

XFX ATI Radeon HD6670 1 GB DDR3 VGA/DVI/HDMI PCI-Express Video Card HD667XZHF3

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  1. 10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    AMAZING!, January 11, 2012
    By 
    M. Iskander
    (REAL NAME)
      

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    This review is from: XFX ATI Radeon HD6670 1 GB DDR3 VGA/DVI/HDMI PCI-Express Video Card HD667XZHF3 (Personal Computers)

    I love this thing. Got it in mid-Dec. 2011, with a $25 rebate and a free Orcs Must Die game. Runs almost any game at med. to med. high. Can run Crysis 20-30FPS with everything on medium. I can also run Skyrim on High with about 20-25 FPS. Runs MineCraft maxed at about 40FPS. Normally, I would be able to get higher FPS, but my CPU is causing a bottleneck(AMD Athlon 64 X2 3800+ 2.0GHZ Dual Core). I have an OEM HP PC, so it’s nigh impossible to OC the CPU. Paired with a good proccessor like an AMD Phenom II x4/x6 or Intel i5 or better, you can probably get higer FPS than I am. My CPU is a huge bottleneck, so don’t be put off by the FPS I’m getting. I’ve seen videos of people with this card on YouTube, and with a good CPU they’re getting 5-10FPS more than me. I’m not allowed to link to their videos, so just go to YouTube and search “Skyrim 6670”, “Crysis 6670”, etc. Don’t be put off my FPS numbers, since as I said, my CPU is a big bottlneck. Can run older games maxed like Oblivion or Portal. I give this my highest reccomendation. Buy it if you are a casual video gamer, and want to run modern games and some older ones too at medium with avergae FPS. It can handle older games and give over 60 FPS. Great entry card for budget computer build. I reccomend that if you buy it, get the latest drivers from AMD but not XFX. Preferably the Preview/Beta drivers. It’s small and low profile. I inserted it in my computer, booted up, and installed the drivers. Never experienced a BSOD with this. Can just install latest driver on top of older one. Haven’t tested OCability, but don’t try to OC this too much(SEE UPDATE). There are no power connectors, and under full load it uses almost all of the 75W of the PCIE slot. Installation was easy, and it fit in my PCI-E 1.0 slot with no trouble. It can be overclocked, but not a lot(SEE UPDATE) The fan is wisper silent, and while gaming, you can only hear it if you put your ear on the case. Plus, it comes with the double lifetime warranty, but ONLY if you register your card within 30 days of purchase. I see no better card for the price. There is a GDDR5 version of the card, which gives better performance, but it’s more expensive. I reccommend the card, and if you really want to get the most out of it, get the GDDR5 version, which costs $20 more, but at the $100 price point you can a card such as the 6770, which needs a power connector, but is more powerful that the GDDR5/DDR3 version of the 6670. TomsHardware says it’s the most powerful card that doesn’t need a power connector. Sorry for the long review, but I hope this helped your purchasing decision.
    System specs:
    AMD Athlon 64 X2 3800+ 2.0GHz
    2GB DDR2 RAM
    XFX AMD Radeon HD 6670
    Stock HP 300w PSU
    1440×900 monitor
    Model of HP: HP a1624n

    *UPADTE* Tried overclocking with AMD OverDrive. The Core Clock goes up to 900MHz and the Memory Clock goes up to 1000MHz without adjusting voltages. Don’t try to mess with voltages. If you push it too far, the card will draw too much power and you’ll get a BSOD. Disregard what I said above. Don’t notice huge power spike. Gives a nice boost in games. Also forgot to add that I am using with a stock 300w PSU. I added it to the system specs above. I wouldn’t recommend anything lower though. If you have anything lower, go with a 6450/5450/5570/6570. Also, if you want to make an HTPC, this card will most definitely handle your BluRays (even 3D) with no sweat. It’s a good futureproof card for an HTPC, but totally overkill. For an HTPC, I recommend a 5450/6450 which will also handle 3D BluRays, and it’s much cheaper. Pretty good for crunching numbers in BOINC, though wih the latest drivers, it’s slower to use GPU projects such as Collatz Conjecture, but it’s still fast. If you want to crunch numbers with this, use an older driver version, which will give a huge boost in speed. This card supports OpenCL and DirectCompute, but not PhysX and CUDA, which is to be expected. On XP (plan to get Win8 when that comes out) DirectCompute and OpenCL are not supported, but on Vista/7 both are supported. A week after I sent the rebate, it got proccessed, and I now await my AMEX gift card in tha mail. Speeds up everything, the web, movies, etc. While idling it is about 37-40C which is amazing. During 100% load it goes up to 60C which is pretty good. Wth the fan on 100%, it’s indistinguishable from 50%. Also, if you don’t use HDMI audio, the sound will disappear, but you can fix it by simply entering the BIOS, and change Audio from Auto to Enabled. Also, if you are waiting for the 7670, it’s not gonna happen. The 7670 is OEM only. You can get the 5670 which is the same exact card as the 6670, but performs slightly worse, but it’s only by like 1-2 FPS. The 7750 is now the most powerful card that doesn’t need external power, usurping the 6670 from its throne, however, for the price of a 7750, you can get a 6770/5770, that outperforms a 7750. But they do need external power. So you…

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  2. 13 of 14 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Now that, ladies and gentlemen, is a graphic card ! ! ! ! ! ! ! !, December 27, 2011
    By 
    Big Baba (Bowie, MD) –

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    This review is from: XFX ATI Radeon HD6670 1 GB DDR3 VGA/DVI/HDMI PCI-Express Video Card HD667XZHF3 (Personal Computers)

    PROS
    So so very fast.
    Single slot.
    HDMI, DVI, and VGA outputs.
    Great price.
    Easy install.

    CONS
    I have no idea what those other reviewers are talking about. Don’t be scared! I installed the card and it hit the ground running.

    Background:
    So my son was playing Force Unleashed on the Dell box (2.5Gz dual core) but it was really slow. I said… “SON! It appears that my old 7600GT can no longer keep up. It’s time for you to have a Man’s Card.” So I compared the 4550, 5770 (which i own), and the 6670. I like to buy for the future, so i grabbed this card from Amazon and at a great price. Dropped this puppy in and SHAZAM!!!! Lightning everywhere… bodies flying… plants moving around… he was completely overwhelm by the speed of the game. It took him a little while to adjust. The texture quality and shadowing was amazing. It was truly beautiful rendering. Totally absent with the old card.

    If you have a positive experience with this card… write a review. It helps people make decisions, sometimes.

    Game On!

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  3. 22 of 26 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Just Fine., September 11, 2011
    By 
    Julian P. Lazaro “juleslazarus” (San Diego, CA United States) –
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    This review is from: XFX ATI Radeon HD6670 1 GB DDR3 VGA/DVI/HDMI PCI-Express Video Card HD667XZHF3 (Personal Computers)

    I had to jump in here since the negative reviews here are the result of a bit of ignorance. First, this video card requires a more powerful power supply than most computers generally carry stock, at least 450 watts. This means that in most cases you need to upgrade your PSU along with a better video card. It is powered by the pci-e bus, not externally. The reason it is crashing or failing is because it does not have enough power. You can only overclock it if you have a case and fan setup that supports overclocking, meaning good quality air cooling or water cooling. Otherwise again, the card will fail and possibly be destroyed by overheating. I don’t like the fact that people post reviews on products only when they’ve had a bad experience and need to vent, or in the rare cases when they really love a product. This card does a fine job for gaming or other media, it’s not the best but is a great value for the money.

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