Great for a budget crossfire! Or very decent on its own
8 October 2011
Summary: Bought to add to my existing setup which consists of an AMD Phenom II 910e, 8GB DDR3 1600MHz, ASRock 970X motherboard, now 2x HiS Radeon 5670 1GB GDDR5 video, 64GB SSD, 650GB Hard drive, and 23in LED HDMI monitor with 19in LCD widescreen as secondary.
Summary: When I purchased this card, I didn't know what to expect. However, it turned out to be a solid graphics addition to my system. This card is all that it is advertised to be. When I installed the card, and rebooted my system, I didn't hear the usual "whine" of a fan motor starting up, and I thought I...
Summary: Bought this product a couple of weeks ago to replace a Powercolor ATI Radeon X1950 Pro.. so far I am very satisfied with its performance and I noticed improvement right away.. Ive been running Rift on all "ultra" high settings, I also ran Duke Nukem Forever on all High settings as well.
Summary: I used this to replace a GeForce 8000 series card on a 4 year old Win 7 machine. The installation was easy and I immediately noticed improved performance and stability. Despite the fact that it has a large fan, I rarely hear it.
Summary: I bought this card to play Blu-Ray discs on my home theater PC. I have a good quality HDMI cable going to an Epson HD 8350 projector. Both WinDVD and PowerDVD (Blu-Ray editions) tell me that my system is not compatible to play content protected disks (HDCP protection issue).
Summary: The DDR 5 ~ 1 Gig MB 'Card' Is An High Clock 'Card' ~ Core Clock ~ N Memory Clock ! If The Clocks Are What They Say They Are ~ They Are One Of The Highest Clocks On Earth ! Clocks Are Insanely High ! The ';Card' Installs With A 32 N 64 Bit ! Good 'Card' For High Video !