Summary: Pros: Stays cool (see other thoughts) Looks good fans are not that loud Other Thoughts: Card idles at about 40°c under load about 75°c under stock fan setting. Used MSI afterburner to set custom fan speed. Max of 60°c under load.
Summary: I had this card about 6 months - no problems - lots said fan made noise or quit but I have not had that problem. If I did, I would take the fan and oil the bearing. I went in knowing some had that issue.
Summary: This card is great for anybody building a system on a budget. This card was perfect for the system I built for my mother, because she is not a hardcore gamer but does care about smooth video playback and letter her younger children play games on it.
Summary: Bought this card for my new build and I am happy with it. Although I would have bought a more expensive series or model if I could have afforded it, I can not complain about this card. Good card in mid range and I may crossfire it sometime in the near future. SkyRim on high looks beautiful.
Summary: I bought 2 HIS 4670's graphics card from Amazon to run in crossfire; one of the cards quit working within 6 months. I called HIS and ask them to mail me a RMA. They said I could print the RMA from their web site.
Summary: No overheating issues here. In fact, it seems to run rather cool and does not get above 60 C under stress. Automatically regulates fan speed based on the temp. Plug and Play with no worries...
Summary: This is an outstanding card for the price. Very fast framerates and comes OC'd out of the box. Looking at a 7.3 across the board with Win 7 Ult. Replaced a 9600GT with this card and performance boost was immediate. Only problem is the cr_ppy drivers and utilities disk from HIS wouldn't work.
Summary: I haven't tested this yet, but was so shocked to see how cheap it was compared to its competition, I decided to buy it rather than doubling (crossfire in an MSI 890FXA-GD65) my HIS Radeon 5770.