Reviews and Problems with XFX Radeon HD 4670 1GB DDR2 (HD-467X-ZDF2)
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Good card, reliable, lots of software options
7 April 2013
Summary: Great card in general, very happy with it. Make sure and get updated drivers after installing it. Also with some PC cases, there is a lip on the card mounting slot that will be just a bit too close to one of the DVI connectors. You'll have to shave a bit of the side of the DVI connector off so that it can be inserted into the receptacle. I would guess you may have to do this with most dual monitor cards if you have a case like this.
Summary: I was very disappointed with the overall performance of this card, compared to the reviews I read before purchase. I have purchased several video cards for systems I built the past few months. I purchased this card, the 4650, a 4670 w/DDR3, and Nvidia's GT 240 1GB DDR3 version from evga.
Summary: I was expecting this item to be great. I got it for $45, used off this site. I upgraded from a Geforce 3200, this one is a bit better, for the price, not bad. I can play Blackops at around medium/low settings which is a bit of a downfall to me, my integrated graphics can run it on low. I can run Grid at Ultra high, no lag, not bad. So im thinking it depends on the game, I personally love this card, goes well with my build.
Summary: I upgraded to this from a NVidia 8400gs and the frame rate on all games doubled, tripled, or quadrupled. NFS Shift, Dirt, COD, and Eve Online were playable but pretty sorry on the 8400. Now they run silky smooth on full, or nearly full graphics options. With a 32" 1080p hd monitor, I have definitely noticed that Netflix online movies are much sharper and overall I love this card.
Summary: I'm not ready to buy a new system just yet, so I looked for some cheap upgrades. I purchased a Blu-Ray burner (LG 10x SATA) for data archiving and movie playback, and needed to upgrade my video card (GeForce 7300GT) on the cheap. I'm running Vista 32-bit on a Dell E520 with 4GB (3GB technically) of RAM. My "Windows Experience Index" was being dragged down by the graphics components to 3.1.
Summary: Everyone is so concerned about 3D mega performance, but all I want is a compentent video card that can run at least two monitors and do well in 2D on my workstation which is used for software development. Harder to find than you might think. Finally found this card, and it works well.
Summary: I received this hardware sooner than expected. It is really easy to install, mine didn't come with a screw but not an issue. It did come with a vga adapter which was great. No problems installing it and runs excellent. It takes about 10 minutes to install.