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HIS IceQ Radeon HD 4670 DirectX 10.1 H467QS1GHA 1GB 128-Bit DDR3 AGP 4X/8X HDCP Ready Video Card

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  • 1GB 128-Bit DDR3
  • Core Clock 750 MHz
  • 1 x DVI 1 x HDMI
  • 320 Stream Processors
  • AGP 4X/8X

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The HIS H467QS1GHA brings realistic graphics to your PC. With HIS IceQ cooling technology, this card will be cooler and quieter. Support for DirectX10.1 ensures optimal compatibility with all DirectX10.1 applications. You can watch Blu-ray movies and HD content play with incredible visual fidelity. Do it all with break-through energy efficiency that doesn’t compromise performance.

  • newegg IceQ Cooling Technology The IceQ cooling system provides maximum cooling power at a significantly-reduced noise level to keep your video card running cool even during intensive gaming sessions. HIS IceQ is also UV sensitive, enhancing the gamers' UV light case.
  • newegg Full Microsoft DirectX 10.1 Support The DirectX 10.1 GPU with full Shader Model 4.1 support delivers unparalleled levels of graphics realism and film-quality effects.
  • newegg Enhanced Anti-Aliasing and Anisotropic Filtering Enhanced anti-aliasing (AA) and anisotropic filtering (AF) smooth jagged edges and create striking graphics with unparalleled realism so you can max out the settings of the most demanding next-generation games.
  • newegg GO BEYOND HD VIDEO Add an AMD Radeon HD 4670 Series graphics card to your PC and watch the latest Blu-ray and HD movies play with incredible fidelity. Sophisticated new features within ATI Avivo HD technology give you the freedom and flexibility to edit videos and convert them to H.2.64 and MPEG-2 formats.
  • newegg ATI CROSSFIREX ATI CrossFireX technology scales up rendering performance and image quality with two GPUs.
  • newegg ATI POWERPLAY The Radeon HD 4670 graphics card consumes less than 75 watts under full load, making it the eliminating the need for an external power connection and making them easy to install. The ATI PowerPlay technology delivers high performance when needed and conserving power when the demand on the graphics processor is low.

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  • Aaron J.
  • 8/13/2014 11:22:34 PM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsTotally Awesome AGP card

Pros: I have Owned this card for about 4 years. I will have to say i am just floored with it. Now this card is not as good as a new card but as a computer tech it is the best money can buy for AGP bar none.

Cons: not really a con but after 3 years i had to replace the thermal gel once because it dried out. Arctic silver thermal compound 5 was what it came with so that's what i replaced it with.

Other Thoughts: The card never ran how matter of fact even whe n the thermal gel dried out it still was 47c with fresh gel 42c - 32c.

When i overclocked the card to 800mhz gpu and 1750Ghz Vram now people please do not try this i ran it fine but i had superb cooling.. when i had it clocked to this speed on heavy load it would heat up to 49c - 52c

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  • Richard B.
  • 7/5/2014 10:03:50 PM
  • Ownership: less than 1 day
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsExtreme POWER graphics for AGP

Pros: Scores a 6.7 in "Windows Experience Index"
Slap it in, load the driver

Cons: I had to open the shipping box, and put it somewhere. I had to open the retail cover and extract the internal box all by myself. I had to find my way into the internal box and extract the component parts of the package. Worst of all, I had to turn off my computer.

Other Thoughts: Like many people I was stuck with an ancient Windows XP computer and needed to change. I installed Windows 7 because this ancient computer does not and will not do the "touchscreen" offered in Windows 8. The ATI Radeon 9600 that serves XP so well became a bottleneck. The only bottleneck now is the Intel Pentium 4 2.99gHz CPU. The processor - state-of-the-art in early 2005 when I bought it - now rates 3.8 on Windows' Experience Index. This ATI Radeon HD 4670 from HIS took my Graphics Experience Index from 2.0 with my old ATI Radeon 9600 to 6.7 out of 7.9. I bought the card to test the idea that it was the best available for my ancient AGP machine. Beat 6.7! My ancient system looks better, runs smoother, loads faster, with no errors. That is good enough for me but some may need additional testimony. I watched "World War Z" less than 24 hours ago on the old 9600. Very pixillated, delayed in parts, and my chosen streaming movie provider was only able to offer their lowest-quality graphics. I went to the technically hardest scenes in the movie (the attack on Jerusalem) and got more than I had hoped for. My chosen streaming movie provider sends me their highest quality video and this ATI Radeon 4670 from HIS delivers it. 'Nuf sed.

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  • 7/3/2014 3:51:04 PM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsInstalled on ubuntu 14.04

Pros: Very silent and cool. Works flawlessly, if agp aperture is set proprely, depending on the configuration of your motherboard. Mine is a K9 motherboard, with an AMD64X2 6000+ processor and 2Gb RAM installed. I set the agp aperture to 512, but, depending on the response, it may be decreased to 256, or even 128, in order not to drain too much RAM from the cpu, which could freeze the pc. Graphics work fine, wtih compiz effects enabled.

Cons: None.

Other Thoughts: The card brought new life to this obsolete motherboard, allowing it to afford the increasing demands of newer versions of OSs.

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  • Anonymous
  • 5/13/2014 7:46:04 PM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week

5 out of 5 eggshis hd 4670

Pros: Only way to stream hd on a dinosaur computer.
Probably best agp card made.
Extends service life of old computer.

Cons: You better know what you're doing if you buy this and if it will even work with your computer.
This is obsolete hardware and is not supported.
Costs twice as much as the computer is worth and cannot compete with a similar priced pci-e card.

Other Thoughts: I am running this card on windows 7 with a p4 board 3.06ghz, 2gb pc-800 ram and it was worth the headache. I can stream h.264 in hd 1080, full screen with a computer that was built years before youtube even existed. Pretty cool.

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  • 4/9/2014 1:33:23 AM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsTwo years and still working well

Pros: I needed a replacement AGP card for my Dell Dimension 8300 and this worked perfectly until I bought a new system. No problem installing drivers and worked with all the games I play.

Cons: No Issues

Other Thoughts: Note that this card requires a 400W+ power supply. The original power supply in my Dell 8300 was only 250W. The current power supply in my system is 480W.

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  • John R.
  • 11/14/2013 11:09:49 AM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month

5 out of 5 eggsAbsolutely Great Card but check AGP Aperture size before installing drivers!

Pros: Everything... even the 2D desktop looks more crisp and vivid then it did with my previous Radeon which was a top notch card circa 05. Others have commented on the pro's so I'll get to why I'm writing this...

Cons: It was a bit tricky to get this to work because my Aperture size was set to 2mb for my previous card. My previous card also had much faster memory then the system DDR. As such using the AGP aperture slowed it down so I set it to the lowest setting possible which greatly improved the performance of my previous card.

When I got this card I tried every driver available, followed everyone's tips and still couldn't get the HD 4670 driver to load.

After taking a step back and reading the details of the failed driver load in the device manager, which indicated a shortage of system resources, it came to me...

I then went into the bios of my ABIT Ai7, increased the AGP aperture size and the card worked perfectly! I'm now assuming many of the problems folks are having with this card is related to not having the AGP aperture set large enough to function on some sort of system level.

After some testing I concluded that the minimum AGP aperture size for this card to operate is 32MB. I am leaving it there for the same reason as my previous card; the 1GB of DDR3 on this card is much faster then the system's DDR so leaving it as small as possible will reduce the bottleneck of DDR system ram.

Summary of my 4 hour experience of getting this card to run in XP SP3:

1. Set AGP aperture to 32mg or larger in BIOS
2. Install ATI/AMD driver 8.65 from HIS website
3. Run 10-7 hotfix from HIS website
4. Run 12.6 Hotfix from AMD/ATI (link on HIS website)


Following these steps should get you up and running with what many consider to be the best AGP card you'll ever have!

Other Thoughts: Love this card, my 8 year old P4 3.4 with 4GB RAM overclocked slightly to 3.6 with 1:1 CPU/RAM ratios still rocks for 95% of whatever I need to do and is a decent gaming machine too! I will be setting up a dual boot drive with Windows 7 and if the system still works as good as it does now I'll keep using it!

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  • Nathan R.
  • 8/28/2013 9:55:53 AM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsGREAT CARD!

Pros: A fast AGP card. If you want to get more life out of your AMD XP or Pent4, this is the way to go. I just now upgraded my daughters computer because the processor failed, not because of the card. Gave me an extra 3 years out of her computer!

Cons: It's AGP, so it will not be able to go into a modern machine when you do upgrade the entire box.

Other Thoughts: I am not sure what anyone could complain about. There ARE drivers for XP, Win7 and Win8 - and they come straight from AMD, so no problems. I am using this card in a server box now - just installed win 7 pro again - and of course no problems. If they ever get the card in again, and you are not ready to spend hundreds on a completely new box - this is the way to go!

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  • Kathleen F.
  • 6/5/2013 10:06:55 AM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsAwesome for AGP

Pros: 320 streaming cores and DX 10 support for AGP.

Cons: Had to do a fresh install of Xp pro to get this card to work. I tried 4 times to install just by removing old nvidia driver and installing the new drivers from the CD or the latest from the AMD website , nothing work and my system would crash to blue screens while gaming. You must also disable HD audio from the device manager . But if you want to keep your old system a while longer you must do a fresh install of the OS. It maybe a whole other story with Vista or Windows 7-8.

Other Thoughts: This card let you play Crysis warhead and Crysis II just great in Med setting... Thank you AMD for giving AGP a small lease on life with our older systems. This card replaced my Nvidia 7950 GT (agp) . The old card could not play those games.
And Thank you newegg for keeping this card available.

- highly recommended! -

My system:
Epox 9nda3I
AMD Opteron 165 @ 2.8
2g Corsair DDR 400
Antec 480w Ps

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  • James L.
  • 5/11/2013 10:23:09 AM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsStill going strong...

Pros: Solid performer in pretty much anything I really threw at it, allows OC'ing, doesn't seem to make much noise. Somehow it still survives after over a year of heavy use and being in a home with cats ans smokers, so clearly the heatsink does its job lol

Cons: Wish it was cheaper. Just found a 3.6GHz P4 cpu online for 12 bucks and the mobo's can be had for maybe $40 online, if not free by the curb on appliance pickup day. Realy hope it might let me get away with GTA IV on lowest settings, but thats about all I couldn't play on it. I'd prefer to lug around a cheap old socket478 system to LANs than drag my main system

Other Thoughts: There are those who say it wont work in a dell, however it worked flawlessly in a Dimension 4600 I built up for older XP games, and my coworker snagged it from me a few months ago and plays Diablo III on it and loves it for his needs.... go figure

Dell Dimension 4600
Intel Pentium 4 HTT 3.0GHz 800FSB 1MB
2x1GB PNY DDR400, 2x512MB PNY DDR400 in dual channel
HIS Radeon HD 4670 AGP
XP Home SP3 32bit

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  • Dave B.
  • 3/5/2013 5:25:23 AM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsNew Life to Old PC

Pros: AGP
Works as expected for the best AGP video card available.
Great replacement for dead GeForce 6800gt.
No problems once the Catalyst software could be installed.

Cons: The latest Catalyst software does not recognize this graphics card.
I made the mistake of downloading from AMD and trying to install the latest Catalyst drivers (12-6 at the time).
After 3 days of frustration I finally got it to work.
Must use 10-7_agp-hotfix_xp32_dd_ccc.exe downloaded from HIS website. Then you can get the latest drivers from AMD. That worked for me.

Other Thoughts: For about $120 I do not have to replace my 8+year old computer. Seems like good value to me since everything works fine.
System specs:
A64 3200+
Asus K8n-e delux
3GB ram
Radeon HD 4670 1GB
Windows XP 32

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