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8.2* out of 10

Sapphire HD 4670 512MB GDDR3

I/O Output: DL-DVI-I+HDMI+VGA Core Clock: 750 MHz & 320 Stre Read more

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Overall 8

Good for general gaming

Ryan "WWII", Amazon
23 February 2009
  • Summary: I bought this card in Feb 2009 for my Dell Inspiron 530 (Intel Core Quad-Core Q6600 Processor 2.4GHz, 8MB cache, 1066MHz FSB). I wanted to play games such as Call of Duty 4 and COD World at War but the Dell's standard 256MB ATI Radeon HD3450 graphics card did not allow the games to run effectively at any reasonable resolution.
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Overall 8

Fast card but noisy fan

T. Khan "tk2222", Amazon
4 February 2009
  • Summary: Now let me say that this is a very very good card for the price. I can play far cry 2 and fallout 3 on high and even fear (the first one) maxed out at an average of 94fps! Which is quite simply unbelieveable! Oh yeah, and crysis runs on high also! But all this performance is bound to have a drawback......and you guessed it, a very very very noisy fan. Like the previous reviewer pointed out, it constantly whines under load and actually sounds like a vacuum cleaner.
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Overall 8

Nice card, but beware of noisy fan

Tomtomato, Amazon
31 December 2008
  • Summary: I bought the card in December for building a new, quiet PC. Performance of the card is fine, possible to play Call of Duty 4, CoD 5 and similar games in 1280x1024, with a high level of details. Overclocking is also possible. However, the biggest issue was the small fan on the card, quite noisy, if the rest of the PC is not. Despite having a variable speed, the fan is small and therefore spins fast.
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Overall 10

Der stille Eisberg unter den Grafikkarten

20 April 2009
  • Summary: Mein System: Die Wahl viel auf die Sapphire 4770 weil ich eine Grafikkarte gesucht habe, die Stromsparend ist, leise, aber genug Leistung bringt um aktuelle Spiele ruckelfrei darzustellen. - AMD x2 550 BE AM3 CPU - ASUS M4A785D M PRO AM2+ Mainboard - 2x2048 MB G.Skill 1066 MHz DDR II ram - Enermax Pro82+ 425w Netzteil - 640 GB Western Digital Blue SATA II Festplatte Technisches: ATis 4770 ist der erste Grafikchip der in 40nm gefertigt wird, vorteile dabei sind...
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