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4 out of 5 eggs Fantastic card for the price, but showing its age(2016 update) 06/13/2016

This review is from: PowerColor Radeon HD 6670 DirectX 11 AX6670 2GBK3-H 2GB 128-Bit GDDR3 PCI Express 2.1 x16 HDCP Ready Video Card

Pros: -Low power needs
-Quiet fan
-Reliable graphical performance on the majority of modern games I've tested it with
-Runs the majority of games in my library on "High" to "Ultra," including titles such as The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

Cons: -A bit underpowered for running many brand-new games with high graphical requirements on anything but Medium, or perhaps High, if you run at lower resolutions. Going to Ultra will result in a moderate to severe framerate hit
-Showing its age a bit, seeing as it's an HD 6000-era AMD card, which was almost 5 "generations" ago(2011)

Other Thoughts: The card I had been stuck with before this was a Radeon HD 4350, and this card was a HUGE step up. Being that it's a low-cost, low-wattage card, you shouldn't expect to max out very many Triple-A titles at 1920x1080 resolution or higher, but otherwise it gives great performance for a decent price. Just turn Anti-Aliasing and perhaps Ambient Occlusion and/or shadows down or off in the game's graphics options to squeeze out a higher framerate, if necessary.

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4 out of 5 eggs Fantastic card for the price, but showing its age(2016 update) 06/13/2016

This review is from: PowerColor Radeon HD 6670 DirectX 11 AX6670 2GBK3-H 2GB 128-Bit GDDR3 PCI Express 2.1 x16 HDCP Ready Video Card

Pros: -Low power needs
-Quiet fan
-Reliable graphical performance on the majority of modern games I've tested it with
-Runs the majority of games in my library on "High" to "Ultra," including titles such as The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

Cons: -A bit underpowered for running many brand-new games with high graphical requirements on anything but Medium, or perhaps High, if you run at lower resolutions. Going to Ultra will result in a moderate to severe framerate hit
-Showing its age a bit, seeing as it's an HD 6000-era AMD card, which was almost 5 "generations" ago(2011)

Other Thoughts: The card I had been stuck with before this was a Radeon HD 4350, and this card was a HUGE step up. Being that it's a low-cost, low-wattage card, you shouldn't expect to max out very many Triple-A titles at 1920x1080 resolution or higher, but otherwise it gives great performance for a decent price. Just turn Anti-Aliasing and perhaps Ambient Occlusion and/or shadows down or off in the game's graphics options to squeeze out a higher framerate, if necessary.

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4 out of 5 eggs Fantastic card for the price, but showing its age(2016 update) 06/13/2016

This review is from: PowerColor Radeon HD 6670 DirectX 11 AX6670 2GBK3-H 2GB 128-Bit GDDR3 PCI Express 2.1 x16 HDCP Ready Video Card

Pros: -Low power needs
-Quiet fan
-Reliable graphical performance on the majority of modern games I've tested it with
-Runs the majority of games in my library on "High" to "Ultra," including titles such as The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

Cons: -A bit underpowered for running many brand-new games with high graphical requirements on anything but Medium, or perhaps High, if you run at lower resolutions. Going to Ultra will result in a moderate to severe framerate hit
-Showing its age a bit, seeing as it's an HD 6000-era AMD card, which was almost 5 "generations" ago(2011)

Other Thoughts: The card I had been stuck with before this was a Radeon HD 4350, and this card was a HUGE step up. Being that it's a low-cost, low-wattage card, you shouldn't expect to max out very many Triple-A titles at 1920x1080 resolution or higher, but otherwise it gives great performance for a decent price. Just turn Anti-Aliasing and perhaps Ambient Occlusion and/or shadows down or off in the game's graphics options to squeeze out a higher framerate, if necessary.

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Display Name: Ronald T.

Date Joined: 05/02/12

  • Reviews: 9
  • Helpfulness: 3
  • First Review: 03/07/13
  • Last Review: 06/13/16
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