Summary: For the short while I had this card (Gave to a friend after my purchase of a 6770), I was very satisfied with its performance. The nifty little card, paired with my old Athlon x2 5600+ CPU, was able to run SC2 on high @ 1280x1024. Custom games was too intense for the 512mb so it was only playable with low-med settings. Team Fortress 2 was able to run on mostly high settings with 30~45 fps.
Summary: This card might be good for gamers but is no good at all for Blu-ray playback, a fact I found out more or less by accident only after I took delivery. It also caused frequent spontaneous reboots even with the latest drivers, produced a contrasty, nearly blown out picture which could not be fixed by any adjustments I could find, and is so thick that it covered the PCI slot next to it.
Summary: Comp Specs: Dell 518, Core2quad email@example.com, 6gb ram, 300gb HD, 500watt power supply, on Win7 Home premium 64bit. other Ati cards i own: X1950GT, X1800GTO, HD2600XT, plus some older 1400 models. The Dell 518 comes with a ATI3450 built in, after a few tests with 3dmark software, there was a noticable difference in FPS rates with the 4670, then again almost anything will beat onboard graphics.
Summary: I purchased this to replace an aging and slightly broken ATI 2600XT, and this was definitely a worthwhile upgrade for modern games. Borderlands, Crysis, and pretty much any modern game play great at moderate resolutions. The large fan keeps noise to a minimum and HDMI with audio passthrough is a great feature. Would highly recommend for a low range game machine or HTPC.
Summary: Tell me Churchill, is this fanless graphic card really silent ? .... Ohhhhhhhhhhh .... Yes ! ... and will it drive my 1920 x 1200 Monitor without overheating ..... Oooooh ... Yes ! ....what, even when I'm using it to watch DVD or run Adobe Lightroom .... ..Ooooooh Yes ! You will need to ensure there is some movement of air over the cooling fins, and in my case that meant closing off one of the ventilation grilles with duct tape, so that the air was drawn in through...
Summary: I bought one of these to upgrade my 4-year old HP Pavilion Home Media Center pc. The old graphics card was an ATI Radeon X1600 512MB and was really not up to running any games released since the end of 2008. The PC has an Intel Core2 Duo 2.40GHz and 2GB of memory, running WindowsXP Pro, SP3. In preparation for the new graphics card I replaced the HP PC's original PSU, rated 300W, with a new one rated at 500W (and 80+ per cent efficiency).
Summary: Bought this to upgrade my five year old PC to something that could cope with the newer games for a nominal sum. What you get is a well-made graphics card, drivers CD and a little sticker for your PC. To echo the other comments made here it is first rate and totally silent. The cooling heat sink seems to work well, never getting too hot, and while this adds to the bulk it is not that much larger than the latest cards with their over-sized fans.
Summary: This is probably a great card, I just never got to use it.I bought this card to use in my antec fusion media centre case.The first problem I had was because of the very tall cooling fins it didn't fit in the case, the lid would not go on.After some adjustments I tried again only to have a static discharge destroy the graphics card, motherboard and processor.Ho hum, now done a total rebuild with an i5 661 with onboard graphics.