Summary: I bought this card for our new XP machine, a dual core with 3GB RAM, so that my son could play the Total War series of computer games. He was *deeply* concerned that the card wouldn't be good enough, but it works great, he can see all the graphics at the highest quality settings, and he's happy (for now). It was a good purchase, and the seller did a good job in providing the product at the right price and with minimal delays.
Summary: I was looking for a budget card to drive the ASUS VH242H Monitor ( ASUS VH242H 23.6-Inch Wide 16:9 5 ms Response Time 20000:1 Smart Contrast Ratio LCD Monitor ) I was buying for work (to replace a puny 17 inch Dell). Initially, I thought about going with a Radeon HD4850, but that needed a six pin external power connector that the Dell Optiplex 755 I am working with just does not have.
Summary: The 4670 is a great budget video card for small desktops. It does not require a big power supply or any extra cooling making it perfect for desktop computers that are not intended to be gaming powerhouses. I put this in a Dell Inspiron 530 and it works perfectly. With 2GB of RAM and a Core 2 Duo processor I was even able to run Crysis at 1280x1024 with high settings (no AA)!