Summary: Okay...I bought this card to go into a 2009 Compaq Presario CQ5302F. It said it would require a power supply unit for 400w, so I purchased one and installed. Then i went about installing this...If you have any preconception about installation being rough then get this card, or others like it. Plug and Play. Installed software, booted on-board audio, and updated drivers via web. Tested all old games: Black and White: Full Settings 1080p easily over 60 fps.
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.