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HIS Radeon HD 5670

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HIS Radeon HD 5670 IceQ Video Card Review

Hardware Secrets
31 March 2010
  • Summary: First, forget about Radeon HD 5570. Sometimes chip manufacturers release products that are too close to each  other in price but with a huge performance difference between them. This is exactly what happens with Radeon HD 5570 and Radeon HD 5670. The main competitor to Radeon HD 5670 is GeForce GT 240 and from the six games and simulations we ran, Radeon HD 5670 was faster in five of them, between 4% and 66.4%, depending on the program and video configuration.
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Tweak News
18 March 2010
  • Excerpt: The HIS Radeon HD5670 is a very capable card for the cheap price of only US$89 at your favorite online retailer. Although it is not a screamer, at almost half the price of a HD5750, for the moderate gamer, it could be considered quite a deal for a videocard sporting such an impressive stock cooling solution.
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HIS Radeon IceQ HD5670 Video Card

Hi-Tech Reviews
27 February 2010
  • Excerpt: As more and more DirectX 11 games are released to the market the need for a video card that supports DirectX 11 is about to become a necessitate.  The card we are going to be testing today could best be called an entry level DirectX 11 video card, with a price tag of about $90.00 if you buy this card thinking you can crack the setting to max and play all the games you want, you are going to one very upset individual.
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Tweak Town
18 February 2010
  • Excerpt: Recently we looked at an IceQ+ HD 5750. Today we look at the more budget orientated HD 5670 in the same series.
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Overall 9

HIS Radeon HD 5670 IceQ 512 MB

14 January 2010
  • Summary: AMD's Radeon HD 5670 can successfully improve over the aging HD 4670. It offers 20% more performance without any power increase or extra heat. This allows AIBs to build cards that are extremely quiet, in our case the HIS HD 5670 IceQ is the quietest actively cooled card that I ever tested. Such a design opens up new possibilities for media PC users who now have a chance to get a silent card that still has decent gaming performance for resolutions up to 1280x1024.
  • Pros: Solid performance upgrade over HD 4670, Extremely quiet, Custom design, 40 nm GPU, Support for DirectX 11, Support for AMD EyeFinity Technology, Native HDMI, Low temperatures
  • Cons: Fairly high price, Higher idle power draw than other HD 5000 cards, No support for CUDA/PhysX
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18 August 2011