Summary: My last 2 Radeon cards had problems, the Catalyst Control Center never runs problems While it does run cool. better to spen money on something else. Seriously stick with Nvidia. I NEVER had problems like this using that.
Summary: I have a Dell Inspiron 570 Quad core 2.80 gig computer using Windows 7. The on-board graphics didn't cut it so I look into different cards, for my use, the worked great. The Windows Performance Index with the on-board graphics was 3.9 but after the card was installed, the rating jumped to 6.9. Since the card removed the major burden of graphics from the motherboard, the speed increase a little on memory and hard drive but only slightly.
Excellent value, easy install, good performance, no power supply upgrade needed
25 August 2013
Summary: Overall: delighted with this purchase. I wanted an inexpensive PCIexpress x16 video card to play the occasional game, and I got this around Cyber Monday for $47 after rebates. Because of power supply constraints, I looked only at the HD6670 and the HD7750 cards.My vanilla HP desktop system is 7 years old (Pentium 4 2.8 GHz, 3 GB DDR3, 300 watts). Installation was easy.
Summary: This was used an addition to my sons computer build that included AMD A10-Series AD580KWOHJBOX Quad-Core A10-5800K Black Edition APU - 4MB L2 Cache, 3.8GHz, Socket FM2, Radeon HD 7660D (384 Cores), Dual Graphics Ready, DirectX 11, Fan, Unlocked, Retail and ASUS F2A85-M PRO FM2 AMD A85X (Hudson D4) SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.0 HDMI Micro ATX. Overall - very happy with the performance.
Decent budget graphics but not that powerful, so beware if upgrading older cards - still this HD6670 is quiet & power efficient
16 August 2014
Summary: Graphics are becoming increasingly important across a wide range of PC applications, not just gaming, so I bought this 2Gb DDR3 Asus HD 6670 for £52 to replace our ancient (circa 2009) NVIdia 9600 GT gaming card with 512Mb of RAM whose fan was getting noisy as I had assumed the new HD6670 would run quieter and give a bit of a performance boost. But in fact our old 1600 GT card runs around 25% faster in both 3DMark06 and PCMARK8.