Reviews and Problems with Sapphire Radeon HD 5670 - 512 Mo GDDR5 - PCI-Express 2.0 (11168-02-20R)
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Good board for standard internet use.
David L. Cutler "Cheap guy", Amazon
2 March 2015
Summary: I have owned this for several years now. It is stable and has all the speed and resolution I need. It is probably getting a bit dated, but was good for the price. Shop around if you need the best and the latest for high resolution gaming.
Summary: Fantastic upgrade and so easy. I added it to my HP Pavilion p6270z running Win7 64-bit, took 10 minutes to install, 15 minutes total after downloading and installing new driver package from [...].
ATI is definitely better than nVidia, and I love the 5670!
TennisFan4Life "Simply So Unique", Amazon
5 November 2011
Summary: I've had this for a couple of days now, but I gotta say it's one heck of an improvement over a Radeon HD4550 with 512MB of DDR2. Don't get me wrong, the 4550 is real nice, but the one issue I had with it, was the fact that it had a fan that was a little noisy for my liking.
Summary: This is a great little card for use in an HTPC. This replaced a BFG 9800GT in the system because I needed an HDMI output. One thing that surprised me was the lack of a need to hook up a separate power connector to the card.
Dionysus Smirked ""If you had the luck o..., Amazon
5 November 2011
Summary: After my old 256MB video card burnt-out, it seemed that I would never be able to find a decent replacement which was short enough to fit in my system. All of the newer cards seemed to fall in the 8" - 8 1/2" range.
Summary: It's a very good graphic card, very quiet, and only consumes about 75 watts. But I was wrong to buy a motherboard (Asus P5G41C-M) that does not supports PCIe 2.0 (just PCIe), so I'm not using the full potential of this card. So choose carefully!
Summary: I have an older computer with limited upgrade capacity and had limited funds to get a new computer, I invested on this card along with memory and turn my computer around greatly. I can now play the latest games with intense graphics.