|Screen Resolution||2560 x 1600|
|Memory Speed||4000 MHz|
|Graphics Coprocessor||Radeon HD 6670|
|Graphics Card Ram Size||1 GB|
HIS Radeon HD 6670 1GB (128bit) GDDR5 HDMI DVI-D (HDCP) VGA PCI Express X16 2.1 Low Profile Graphics Cards H667FN1G
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- Tap into the processing power of your AMD Radeon HD 6670 GPU to accelerate applications with AMD App Acceleration capabilities. It allows you to do more,and do it faster
- EyeDefinition Graphics - Play the latest games in true "Eye-Definition" with the AMD Radeon
- EyeSpeed Technology - Experience enhanced application performance and incredible video quality online or with your favorite Blu-ray movie
- Enhanced Unified Video Decoder (UVD) 3 - Watch the hottest Blu-ray movies, online video and other HD content beyond 1080p with low power and low noise with GPU acceleration and enhanced Unified Video Decoder (UVD) 3 features
- HDMI 1.4a helps ensure you get the full Blu-ray and PVR experience from your PC
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The card came bundled with the low profile brackets for my small form factor case (Dell Inspiron 580s), and these were easy to fit. The card itself is good looking and well-engineered. It fit very easily into my case, and connected to my monitor via DVI immediately. I downloaded the latest drivers from the internet, and after a restart, I was up and running less than 10 minutes after opening the box.
Windows Experience graphics rating jumped to 7.1. Skyrim detected the card and set "High" detail levels. At native 1920x1080 resolution it runs very smoothly and looks great. I reckon I could up the detail levels and still get playable frame rates.
Most importantly, I have not experienced any problems running this card from the 250W Dell Power Supply which came with my machine. I have a low power draw elsewhere (the core i3 is very efficient), but really, you don't need the suggested 400W PSU to run this card. I also haven't had any cooling issues despite my case being crammed under a shelf with two of the vents covered!
All in all, a great price:power:fps ratio, and an absolute no-brainer choice for anyone with a low-profile case who wants to play the latest games at very respectable settings.
Gameplay with this card has been fantastic. I originally was able to run starcraft 2 on medium settings. It wasn't terrible, but would lag w/ gameplay when alot was happening on screen. With this new card installed I'm able to run it fine on the highest setting with no problem (granted I do have a pretty good processor and extra ram). My windows experience ratings for graphics jumped from 3.8 to 7.1 (right at the level of my processor and ram). It is a little noisier but it's not bothersome. I'd take that tradeoff anytime.
Hope this review was helpful for you. It seems to be a great card for smaller cases.
I had been running a GeForce 210 in my HP S5280, but it was causing my system to lock up more and more frequently. I have a kill-a-watt power meter installed on my system. With the GeForce 210, the system was running ~ 90 W at idle, and ~ 100-110 W when playing games. Obviously, with such a low-performance GPU, the resolutions I could run were fairly low.
When I installed the HIS 6670 card, the first thing I noticed was that it was much quieter than my old GeForce 210 card. When I checked system power consumption at idle, it had dropped from 90 W to 75 W. When playing games, at higher resolutions than with the 210 card, total power consumption of my system was still in the 100-110 W range. So far, the GPU has been rock solid. GPU temp at idle is about 45 C, and about 55 C when playing games.
Overall, very satisfied.
The card itself is fast for a low profile, low power consumption card. Please don't think you will be able to run the latest and greatest game at full out specs. But you will be able to play many of them on moderate settings. My slimline case only has a 220 Watt power supply and I was worried I was going to have to upgrade to at least a 300 Watt model - no need.
I recommend you skip the drivers that came with the card and download them directly from HIS or even AMD/ATI for that matter. You will get the latest driver and fine tune it for your language/country etc. The Catalyst Driver interface can be a bit much, but it does give you a nice interface to overclock the card (somewhat) as well as increase the fan speed. You decide how loud you want your PC to humm.
Final thought, overall a very good deal for the card. Comes in under $85 after rebate (free shipping) and is probably one of the fastest cards you will find that can run on a small power supply and fit in really small cases.Read more ›
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