Summary: Purchased this back in Oct 2010 based on the positive reviews here. I have a Dell XPS 630 system and the stupid nVdia graphic card died right in the middle of an online game session. After relentless amount of time troubleshooting I was able to tweaked the card by increasing the fan speed. Which probably gave it another month or so but the NVdia finally bit the dust.
Summary: This is a good video card, in fact, it's a really good card. What makes it so good isn't how great the graphics abilities are (they're pretty good, 6.7 WIE), but how little of a footprint these cards leave. HD 4670's are low-power, very quiet cards that don't take up 10"+ of case. Yet still offer reasonable graphics and an HDMI out for the average user or even occasional gamer. I have owned one of these cards for over a year now and bought a second to run in CrossfireX.
Summary: This card failed within a month. Foolishly I contacted Sapphire, rather than Amazon, and they sent me a replacement, a refurbished card, stating that was their policy. A few months later the replacement card has now failed, with a different problem.
Easy install, great graphics card. works with dell Dimesion E510 - without additional power supply.
Benjamin Levin, Amazon
24 February 2011
Summary: bottom line first: great product. pros: works very quite. easy install. no need for additional power supply on my 305W dell original. supports 2 monitors. has vga, HDMI and DVI outputs. benchmarked at 160 with video card stability test. Price cons: only DDR3. not DDR5.
Summary: This graphics card only cost me about $75 and I can play all the latest games on medium-high settings without a single bit of lag at all. This is a great card for any budget gaming computer. At 1280-1024 res I can play any game that is out today without much lag. I even had guitar hero 3 and just cause 2 open at the same time and neither one lagged a single bit. Now this is a graphics card that I would recommend.