Reviews and Problems with VisionTek Radeon HD 6570 - 1GB DDR3
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Terry Davis, Amazon
6 November 2014
Summary: No problems running Hitfilm 2 Ultimate whatsoever. I have not had the chance to try Video Copilot yet, though. Both programs have a very narrow list of cards that meet their requirements, so this was a good choice for me.
Summary: This upgrade is one of those things I wished I had done sooner. I have a Dell Dimension 510, removal of old was simple and installation easy as well. Windows 8.1 and various other software perform much smoother now.
Summary: My old video card died, and my on-board video graphics weren't good enough to run MS Flight Simulator 2004, so I purchased this card. Very pleased. FS runs great with all quality setting set to high. I had to play with a few of the card's settings to get it right, but it was no big deal.
Summary: Good card for the price. Needed a low profile card for my HP to fit in a single slot space. Plays kids games (WOW, Second life) just fine. Good card for the price. Trouble free install and set up. Good Deal.
Pros: I have had the card for about three months now. It works great. Haven't had any hardware issues with it.
Cons: The downside is the Linux support. Even with the current ATI/AMD drivers (12.3) there are issues trying to truly run three monitors. I want the ability to run three displays with distinct desktops, but it doesn't seem to be able to do it right.
Summary: Why is this card cost so much? Its a weak card. Is it because of the way you can hook up your displays to it? I gave it 5 eggs because there must be a reason why it costs so much... plus I don't really own the card and don't want to ruin the company reputation. Can anyone answer? Thanks in advance.