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Sapphire ATI Radeon HD4670 512MB GDDR3 Graphics Card

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  • Microsoft DirectX10.1
  • 320 Stream Processing Units
  • Enhanced Anti-Aliasing (AA) & Anisotropic Filtering (AF)
  • ATI CrossFireX Technology
  • PCI Express 2.0
  • Unified Video Decoder 2Accelerated Video Transcoding(AVT)
  • Upscale Beyond 1080p
  • Enhanced DVD Upscaling
  • Dynamic Contrast
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Technical Details
Item Weight508 g
Product Dimensions23.8 x 16.4 x 6.2 cm
Item model number11138-00-20R
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank 124,737 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight522 g
Date First Available8 Jun 2007
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Loaded with the latest features, the ATI RadeonHD 4600 Series graphics cards deliver a level of gaming performance previously only found in high-end graphics cards. Redefine the way you play HD games and enjoy unprecedented levels of graphics realism powered by 320 stream processing units, up to 1GB of memory and support for Microsoft DirectX10.1 games. Upgrade your graphics card and watch Blu-ray movies and play HD content with incredible visual fidelity1or take your experience to another level with new multimedia capabilities. Do it all with break-through energy efficiency that doesn't compromise performance.

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Nice card, but beware of noisy fan 31 Dec 2008
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I bought the card in December for building a new, quiet PC.

Performance of the card is fine, possible to play Call of Duty 4, CoD 5 and similar games in 1280x1024, with a high level of details. Overclocking is also possible.

However, the biggest issue was the small fan on the card, quite noisy, if the rest of the PC is not. Despite having a variable speed, the fan is small and therefore spins fast. I decided to remove the fan and replace by a huge blue Zalma VGA passive cooler/heatsink. The change was done in 10 minutes, and card is of course silent now. Under normal office usage, card is actually cooler than with a fan. When playing 3D games, card only reports a temperature higher by a couple of degrees, so no real impact. This is quite an expensive modification, but well worth it.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Good for general gaming 23 Feb 2009
By Ryan
I bought this card in Feb 2009 for my Dell Inspiron 530 (Intel Core Quad-Core Q6600 Processor 2.4GHz, 8MB cache, 1066MHz FSB). I wanted to play games such as Call of Duty 4 and COD World at War but the Dell's standard 256MB ATI Radeon HD3450 graphics card did not allow the games to run effectively at any reasonable resolution.

The new card was very easy to install by following the notes in the User Manual on the supplied CD - simply uninstalled the HD3450 Driver, remove the card and install the new card, then installed the driver software.

I have a TV Tuner card in my PC and was worried that their may be a clash between the boards. There is however about 1mm gap between the boards (the fan on the board is not blocked at all).

The card improves the performance of the games significantly - I now run COD4 and World at War with every graphics choice at maximum and resolution at 1920 x 1080 with no noticable stutter in the game. The graphic detail, colours and shading is obviously now fantastic.

As per other people's comments, the fan on the card is reasonably small and the increased noise is noticable over what was a very quite PC. This is the only down side of this card but is only really annoying if you also use the PC as a TV (which I do), since when playing games your concentration is elsewhere.

For information, I was worried about the power requirements of the board as the Dell Inspiron's (Q6600 version) power supply is rated at 350 Watts and the card's requirements stated it needs 400 watts - it seems to run fine so far however, even with my son playing for a few hours solid - biggest problem is getting him of my pc now!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Fast card but noisy fan 4 Feb 2009
By T. Khan
Now let me say that this is a very very good card for the price. I can play far cry 2 and fallout 3 on high and even fear (the first one) maxed out at an average of 94fps! Which is quite simply unbelieveable! Oh yeah, and crysis runs on high also!

But all this performance is bound to have a drawback......and you guessed it, a very very very noisy fan. Like the previous reviewer pointed out, it constantly whines under load and actually sounds like a vacuum cleaner. But it is completely silent when not under load, on the upside.

Luckily I can just turn my speakers up and drown it out.


My rig:
Intel core 2 quad Q6600
Sapphire 4670
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