HIS Radeon HD 5670 IceQ 512MB / ASUS EAH5670 1GB video card review
25 March 2012
Conclusion: As we discussed in our initial review of the Radeon HD 5670 just a couple of short weeks ago, we were more than happy to see DirectX 11 capable hardware transitioned to ever-lower price points so quickly by AMD - While it makes business sense for the company to leverage their competitive advantage right now, it's also great news for gamers hungry to see the transition to DirectX 11 and everything it has to offer as quickly as possible; the more compatible hardware is...
Conclusion: If you currently own a 8800GT or something in that performance category, this isn’t the card for you. It came up short in nearly all benchmarks. Only with it’s great overclocking ability, does it even come close. On the other hand, this would be a great upgrade for those people with on-board graphics or looking to get into PC gaming, on-the-cheap. Don’t expect to be able to use a triple monitor set-up with this card. I know ATI has been pushing it.