Summary: I just recently bought a new Dell computer and I wanted to play a few games so I needed a GPU. The dell i bought was a intel quad 9300 with a 350watt psu. Originally I went to Fry's for a GPU and saw that their Radeon HD 4670 was $120. After I returned home, I was comparing reviews for the different brands and found this GPU. Not only was this GPU $50 less than Fry's, but its specs are much better.
Summary: This is a nice card. It installed on Vista 64 with no problems and looked great from the start. I was annoyed that I couldn't find a specific power requirement, just a suggestion of 400W+ PSU. What is the 12v rail minimum amp requirement? Nobody is saying. I did find write ups stating that this unit has low power needs compared to other cards. Also it is tall and takes two slots of space on my HP P6140f.
Summary: Being an adult, I would get the latest and greatest for my PC, but for an 11 yr old kid, why spend that much? This card does all that is needed for a kid with a decent PC. It runs and performs Bioshock 2 with no bugs or hangups. What more do you need to spend on a kid? I was surprised as to how good it performed. And not a single problem yet. No crashes or freezes or driver problems at all.
Summary: I upgraded from a lower-model Radeon card because I wanted better graphics in the MMO games I play, without all that pesky lag. So far this card has been able to handle everything I've thrown at it. I'm extremely satisfied with my purchase.
Summary: I got this for my home theater PC. I bought a 64-bit Dell Quad Core, 8 mb RAM, 1 TB SATA II, Win7 and I needed a video card. A little overkill for a HTPC. Problem is that the PC only had a 300W power supply. After doing a bunch of research, I found out that the HD 4670 doesn't draw much power compared to similar ATI cards in this range. Works great. Hulu, Netflix and YouTube stream seamlessly. I don't play games, so I can't comment on that.
Summary: I have purchased this card three times now and considering it for two additional systems. It is reliable, very easy to install, wonderful bang-for-the-buck, and when using it to update a system your job couldn't be easier. I have used it on an XP Pro machine, a Vista Home Premium, and most recently Windows 7 (64 bit). Windows 7 drivers came from the support site while the others were on the CD. Follow the 5-step install instructions and it is as easy as any PC upgrade.
Summary: Great card, it performs just the way you want. My pc is four year old and the card works fine in it. Now I can play games that I couldn't play before. It is quiet, requires only small amount of power from the mobo so u don't really need to upgrade you psu.