Summary: Excellent card for my uses, I'm not a gamer but I can appreciate good HD video when the time calls for it. I also use it to review photos from my Canon 7D so having higher resolution definitely matters. It's very quick and a modest card for sure. Sips power and it's small in my case, but looks good with the Corsair memory. I would definitely buy this card again, using it with an Asus VS238-H 23" and it's been nothing but great for my uses.
Summary: I have noticed a few reviews that are totally inaccurate. IF your motherboard and PCIE dedicated graphics card supports CrossFireX you do NOT need a bridge. It is activated via AMD/ATI CCC software. As for alledgely running 250-350 watt power supplies on cards like these I would NOT recommend it. The graphics card will overheat, which will dramatically shorten its life.
Summary: It can run on a 500W power supply and plays game pretty smoothly. Pros: Plays games at 1080p very smoothly Easy to install. Cheap compared to other cards. Cons: It is a bit thick(Fan) and using a pcie slot might block it, though I'm only using 1 other slot for others it might be a problem. Example of games that run smoothly on it at 1080p Battlefield 3 Skyrim World of Warcraft Starcraft GTA IV Portal 1&2 Crysis 2 Really great product.
Summary: Just think its right to give this card its due with a great review. Year ago I abandoned my old OEM system with athlon 64 x2 Brisbane 2.5 ghz chip with onboard graphics. I honestly knew little about what went on inside the box and when games i liked became so unplayable even at the very lowest settings I began to look around at the best way to update.
Pros: PCIe powered ( no external power required ), good performance for the price. Brought an old system back into modern day computing.
Cons: recently installed and system is stable so none so far.
Summary: Bought this card to crossfire with the A10 5800k and I am not dissappointed. Performance seems to match the 7750 when used with the APU. Plays all my games in Medium to High settings at 1080p. Asus makes a great card here.
Summary: Got this for my brothers gaming PC. It is not the most powerful graphics card in the world, but it is a serious bang for the buck. Great product and the install was efforless on his Windows 7 PC.
Summary: I'm so happy with this card!! I got 3 monitors with the same card now! Amazing. On point, though,you got 3 ports: 1) HDMI 2) DVI 3) DISPLAYPORT If you need to plug another HDMI or DVI monitor, you'll need an active displayport converter cable. For the benchmarks, I won't go there since I don't game with my PC, only video and multitasking and so far, it does the job.
Summary: I have a AMD A-8 5600k apu and it was working great all by itself. I wanted to utilize the Dual Graphics feature so I went with this 6670 mainly because it came with 1gb of GDDR5. Now I am playing games like BF3 in 1080p at around 45 fps. If looking for a great entry level gpu and on a budget I highly recommend this one.
Summary: This was a gift for my little brother, he's into gaming and all that computer tech stuff. Anyways, all he wanted was this video card and he went through every detail of what it did to improve his customized pc. I'm not tech saavy at all but he's done nothing but brag about this card to all his friends. I couldn't believe the difference in picture quality! Amazing! Great price too!
Summary: After realizing that I didn't have another power supply cable free, it was great to find a fast DX 11 card with great response that just dropped into the slot where my old card had been. I've played Bioshock Infinite, Crysis 3, Borderlands 2 and Lara Croft and liked the graphics on all of them.