Asus AMD Radeon HD 6670 Graphics Card (1GB, PCI-Express, GDDR5, Dust-proof Fan)
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Top Customer Reviews
The result is that I have an up to date card that is completely software compatible with all the latest tech. My system is still CPU limited, but I have got a performance boost and can now play games like Fear on higher detail and resolution settings than before. And I use less electricity in the process - this card is more graphically powerful, but does not even need it's own power connection, drawing all it needs from the PCI Express slot.
Paired with a new Llano this would be an excellent setup. If I was building a system around something else, like Bulldozer FX or the older Phenoms and using an HD screen, then I'd be inclined to go for the 6770 instead. More oomph for all those pixels.
So far, I'm playing games today that I could never have dreamed of playing before.
I have an Intel 2 Quad Core, 3GHZ processor, 4GB Ram, this graphics card, and I'm playing Crysis 2, Skyrim etc on full settings quite happily, which I did not expect at all.
In a previous life I've spent £410 on a graphics card alone, which lasted 2 years and died, so far this 6670 is better performing and an eighth of the price...
Amazon were spotless, I ordered it on Thursday afternoon, and it was delivered, for free, on Friday afternoon.
I'm a very happy bunny.
My 'Windows Experience' went from 3.3 to 7.7 for the card compared to using the onboard graphics of my Asus P5KPL mobo, it slotted in a treat, needs no separate power supply from the PSU, I downloaded the drivers from the Asus website without issue.
Perhaps this could be counted as a 'budget' card, but if you get the GDDR5 version, it's where the smart money goes...
Contact me if you need any other information, I spent hours researching which card to get for my budget and set up.
Performance for Price
- Very, very good. The card is a little over £50 and for that you get a good quality heat sink/fan assembly, 1GB GDDR5 memory and the bundled software allows you to tweak your GPU and allow for some modest overclocking if you like that sort of thing. A steal at this price point, and little else comes close.
- This card sits in a difficult area where it is miles better than cards costing just £10 less, but miles worse than cards costing closer to £100 which means it is hard to find a distinct purpose for it. Too powerful for YouTube/DVD playback, but may choke on high end games at high settings. It will play most modern games on medium settings paired with modest processors (Intel Core i3 or AMD Phenom for example)
HOWEVER. Where this card shines is if you set this card up in a Dual Graphics configuration with an AMD A10 5700 or 5800K. You get a lot more bang for your buck and this card will run Crysis 3 on high settings, Dishonored on maximum settings and Civilization 5 on Very High settings (all at 1080p resolution) just to name a few in this setup - a great option for gamers on a budget, or anyone already using the A10 on it's own and looking for a boost.
Ultimately if you are looking at a £50 GPU the chances are that budget may be a concern for you, and for the price, there really is no competition in terms of performance for your money.Read more ›
I bought this specifically because it would fit inside my existing case and doesnt require a separate power supply, the Ram specs mean its better than the 2gb GDDR3 version.
I play on a 1920x1080 24" monitor, mainly world of warcraft, Battlefield 4 (multiplayer), Skyrim, Civ 5, CoD (single player) my specs on my (soon to be replaced P.C):
CPU : Core 2 Duo E8650 3.13Ghz
everything else is a stock HP Compaq 6000 Pro MT (no ssd)
I get between 30fps (in LFR) in World of Warcraft and 70fps while levelling etc. (high to Ultra)
30 fps in Battlefield 4 on medium - high settings
40fps in Skyrim (ultra settings)
No one is as suprised as I am at how well this card performs, it has all the outputs you need and is very very quiet, doest get hot either.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This was my very first graphics card, back when I was still a N00b and didn't have the first idea of computing. Read morePublished 6 months ago by The Black Phoenix
I bought this as a budget upgrade for a HD 5450 card I had, I dont understand why, but although basic GAMES work slightly better (Red Alert2/Yuri's Revenge etc), for... Read morePublished 20 months ago by Captain Cretin
Great budget card, has played anything ive thrown at it on high settings using 720p resolution so i cant complain for the price that this device performs at.Published 22 months ago by Sean Woolfenden