Reviews and Problems with Sapphire HD 6670 2048 MB
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Good graphics card
25 September 2013
Summary: This is a good graphics card for the money and perfect for low power builds, it isnt as good as the latest cards but it sure can run most games at around medium settings on 1080p. It has a nice fan on it to keep it cool i have stress tested it and it did not peak past 42 degrees.
Summary: I have been running this card in dual with my amd apu a10 5800k and i must say very impressive. work a treat all the games i play can work on medium - high setting's with about 30-40 frames i don't think it dropped below 25. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FV7-ilrfxHs http://www.youtube.com/watch?
Summary: I'm not a hardcore game nut so cant give in depth reviews but its seeded up my digital editing system no end, it now runs intense Photoshop manipulation and HD video rendering much faster than the on board graphics.
Summary: I brought this card back in April 2012 (iirc) and a few months back upgraded to a Radeon HD 7970 (I nickname the "BEAST"). I had this when I started to make a gaming rig as it was fairly cheap (£60) and had great specs. I was actually suprised how well it ran some of the more graphic intense games at 1080 (don't expect to run games such as Skyrim or Battlefield on Ultra though :p) at reasonable settings.
Summary: well what can i say i had the gts250 (nvidia) and thats old and played games better than this, i have the amd 6core turbo running at 3.8ghz 8gig ripjaws ram and wanted something to run games till iv saved enough to get a more up to date one for like £300 wish i hadnt as this doesnt really play modern games all to well even on lowest setting its jumpy and horrid i wouldnt buy another for gaming.
Summary: I bought this card to replace an NVidia FX 4500 that came with my 2006 model Mac Pro (MacPro1,1) which had started behaving strangely. I don't really play games on this machine at all, so I can't comment on the performance for that (although I did play 'A Slower Speed of Light' at 1680x1050 with max detail and it seemed smooth). I wrote this review mainly in case anyone with a 2006 (or maybe newer) Mac Pro is looking for a new graphics card.
Summary: All powered by the PCIe slot, so no need of additional power connectors, which is good for some people. It has a nice feature that can utilise system RAM for use with the graphic card, but the motherboard needs to support it. The price is good for a graphics card with 2Gb of Graphics RAM.
Summary: I got this card as my previous graphics card wasn't up to the job of properly rendering HD video in h264 or mkv formats. I'm really pleased with this one. I'm getting silky smooth video playback in all formats at full hd & the 3rd generation GPU is compatible with the latest version of VLC media player 64 bit for hardware gpu acceleration.