Summary: Pretty basic review I guess. The card works well. I've had it for quite a while now [six months I would guess] and have no problems with it at all. The rest of my system is 6 years old and it improved the graphics quite nicely. I have a new CPU [processor] power supply, and new motherboard on the way so I'll have a new computer and this card will power the graphics for me. Great card great price you can't go wrong.
Sapphire Radeon HD6670 1 GB DDR3 VGA/DVI/HDMI PCI-Express Video Card
20 May 2013
Summary: There isn't much to say that hasn't already been said about this card. I do not use it for extreme games but it does work great for some of the older games I play (Empire Earth, Spore, Civilization IV, older Warcraft). I use two monitors and they both work good, so not much more to say.
Summary: This video card fit into my case just fine and has worked flawlessly for these many months now. It has also improved the performance of many of my photo editing/painting programs as well as some game performance. Would buy it again.
This kept my old m8400f alive for at least another year
Ramon Acosta "Absolutely remorseless", Amazon
15 April 2013
Summary: The original 8800GT in my old HP media center PC died on me a while back. I was relegated to using something that would fit within the original case, didn't require a separate power run from the PSU, and wouldn't overly tax the PSU. In comes this little beaut. She runs fast enough, isn't too hot, and doesn't draw too much. She's outpaced the performance of the 8800GT and can be overclocked a bit to boot.
Summary: Great sapphire class card. Performs to all expectations and happy to see the price on this class graphics device coming done. Do read the system requirements carefully and check your PC to make sure you have an adequate power supply as this class card requires a bit more than most "off the shelf" PC's come equipped with.
Shockingly good value, smooth and easy to install and use
22 January 2013
Summary: I now use this with an HP with an AMD Phenom processor, where the "bottleneck" if any was graphics. I have no interest in games, and barely do video, but work daily with an intense Photoshop environment with multi-layered high resolution images, often as large as half a Gigabyte up to one Gig. This puts enormous pressure on any graphics system, and the extra Gig of dedicated memory, and the sophisticated GPU and OpenGL support of this card do not disappoint.