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A great combination of performance and value, the GIGABYTE GV-R667D3-1GI graphics card offers a great solution for entry-level gamers and HD enthusiasts requiring smooth gameplay and high-quality HD video playback without a hit to the wallet. It's built around 480 stream processors with a 1GB/128-bit GDDR3 memory. A host of AMD technology, such as AMD EyeSpeed, AMD HD3D, Crossfire, and UVD (Unified Video Decoder), offers more than one way to boost your experience.
Performance is only a part of the story. The Ultra Durable 2 design adopts first-class components, including Ferrite Core Chokes, Low RDS (on) MOSFET, and Lower ESR Solid Capacitors, for unmatched stability and durability under demanding conditions. The custom-designed 10cm cooler efficiently cools your card while running at a low noise level, helping create a more comfortable environment without annoying buzzing.
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This review is from: GIGABYTE Radeon HD 6670 DirectX 11 GV-R667D3-1GI 1GB 128-Bit DDR3 PCI Express 2.1 x16 HDCP Ready CrossFireX Support Video Card
Pros: Runs on the motherboard's power, so not messy cables.
Cons: Raised the noise level of my machine significantly.
Other Thoughts: Keep in mind that I bought the 6670 with the soul intention of running it in crossfire mode with my AMD A8 APU. I wasn't exactly sure what to expect in terms of quality jump between my crossfire configuration and using just the integrated graphics on the APU. I was hoping that I would be able to run most games on high (not extremely high) settings at 1080p just fine. What I've discovered over the past month is a little underwhelming. I can run most games at 1600x900 on high settings. Dishonored runs like a dream on the highest settings at this resolution. Portal 2 was playable, but when things got crazy you could see your framerates get pretty nasty. Skyrim runs horribly. Had to set the resolution to the lowest possible 16:9 resolution to play with high graphical settings, and it's still choppy, even when nothing crazy is going on.
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