Summary: Don't let the 1 GB version of this card fool you. Usually the 1 GB cards are used in conjunction with ultra high resolutions or eyefinity; so if you don't have a giant resolution or aren't planning to use eyefinity with new games, you should get this card. I can play source games (TF2, L4D2, etc) just fine with this card without any stuttering. I get 60 FPS average on TF2 in a fight. The card (with my CPU) handles 32 player servers very well.
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 [...]. Amazing thing about this card is that it doesn't require external power, so all I had to do was open the case, plug it in, close the case, switch the video cable from the existing plug to the plug on the card, and turn the system back on. Once back in Windows, went to [...
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. Maybe the XFX version of that card is like that, I'm not sure, so who knows. Anyway, I had no trouble putting this card in my HP desktop. Mine is a mid-tower, but the fit of the card was just perfect.
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. It is hooked up to my 37" Vizio SV370XVT and does a wonderful job running XBMC. It also does a good job running some games, though that's not it's primary use on this system.
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. Due to the placement of a heat-sink on my mother-board, none of these was going to work in my system. Just when I thought that I would never find a card which would suit my needs, I came a-cross the Sapphire HD 5670.
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. If you have an older computer with limited funds I recommended this product, it gets the job done nicely.