XFX RADEON HD 4670 1GB DDR2 Dual DVI HDTV Out PCI-E Graphics Card £43.45 delivered @ Ebuyer - HotUKDeals
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Not 'cutting edge', I know, but still a very capable card at an extremely competitive price, with a full 1GB of on board memory. (If you combine with a couple of cheap items to get order over £50, delivery is free, i.e. card will cost £39.87.)

Product Description:

ATI Stream Technology
ATI PowerPlay Technology
Accelerated Physics Processing
Accelerated Video Transcoding
ATI Avivo HD

SPECIFICATIONS
Chipset ATI Radeon HD 4670
GPU Radeon HD 4670
Bus Type PCI-E 2.0
GPU Clock 750 MHz
Unified Shader Pipelines 320
Memory Bus 128-bit
Memory Type DDR2
Memory Size 1.0 GB
Memory Speed 800 MHz
Thermal Solution FANSINK
Minimum Power Supply Requirement 400 Watt
External Power Requirement NO

OUTPUTS
TV Out 1
DVI 2
Dual-Link Support DUAL
Max Supported Resolution (DIGITAL) 2560 x 1600
Max Supported Resolution (ANALOG) 2048 x 1536
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#1
Awesome
#2
This has DDR2 so I'm wondering if the stock version had better memory?
#3
If you're thinking about this card with regards to play games, check out this review:

http://www.guru3d.com/article/ati-radeon-hd-4670-review/8

I've linked directly to the benchmark portion.

At 1280x1024 you can achieve about 30 fps in Mass Effect and 40 fps in Devil May Cry 4, both with high settings.

On a game like Crysis, if you drop the settings to medium you can get 30-40 fps out of this card.

Not ideal, but certainly playable.

Edited By: ahobday on Jan 30, 2011 17:24
#4
Hi,

I want to use this card to output to hdmi port on my tv.

A google search states this card is 'hdmi ready'.

Please could someone let me know what I need to buy to output to hdmi (with audio)

Thanks, Paul
#5
you put this card in your computer, the you buy an HDMI cable like this and then you connect one end to your tv hdmi slot and the other end to your graphics card hdmi slot.

you don't need to do anything for audio since the hdmi cable is able to carry and output audio through your tv. like i've said in the previous paragraph, all you need to do is connect the cable to the hdmi slot on your tv and this graphics card.
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dedparrot
you put this card in your computer, the you buy an HDMI cable like [url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.amazon.co.uk%2FHDMI-Cable-1080p-SkyHD-Plated%2Fdp%2FB003MVNL4G%2Fref%3Dsr_1_16%3Fie%3DUTF8%26qid%3D1296409753%26sr%3D8-16]this[/url] and then you connect one end to your tv hdmi slot and the other end to your graphics card hdmi slot.

you don't need to do anything for audio since the hdmi cable is able to carry and output audio through your tv. like i've said in the previous paragraph, all you need to do is connect the cable to the hdmi slot on your tv and this graphics card.


close up of the pic on the site shows no hdmi socket though
#7
dedparrot
you put this card in your computer, the you buy an HDMI cable like [url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.amazon.co.uk%2FHDMI-Cable-1080p-SkyHD-Plated%2Fdp%2FB003MVNL4G%2Fref%3Dsr_1_16%3Fie%3DUTF8%26qid%3D1296409753%26sr%3D8-16]this[/url] and then you connect one end to your tv hdmi slot and the other end to your graphics card hdmi slot.

you don't need to do anything for audio since the hdmi cable is able to carry and output audio through your tv. like i've said in the previous paragraph, all you need to do is connect the cable to the hdmi slot on your tv and this graphics card.


That would be true if this card had an HDMI slot, but it doesn't. I does however have a couple of dual link DVI slots, which I think means that if you get a dual link DVI to HDMI cable, it will work. An expert would need to confirm if you will get audio this way, though - I'm not certain.

Hope this helps.
#8
try looking on the same site for the asus 5570 ... or any 5570 .. slight mreo cash for better performance

and you dont have to pay postage if your prepared to wait ...

Edited By: TALON1973 on Jan 30, 2011 18:12
#9
if you google image the same model no you can see the hdmi slot
#10
Terrific price and value.
#11
All you need is a HDMI to DVI adapter like this https://www.interlight.biz/light-bulb/GHDMIMDVIF&ID=FROOGLE-UK

DVI is essentially the same connector both using digital signals, just they created a new connection (seven different companies which get commission) for the new "digital age".

Display port is designed as the free version of HDMI with no royalty costs.
#12
Be careful as this is DDR2, and so will take a fair hit compared to the GDDR3 and especially GDDR5 versions
#13
Is this any good for dual screen system which currently runs of integrated graphic (one digital and one analog)?
#14
The benchmarks are considerably slower than a 3850 which sold for about £25 on ebay a year ago
#15
My biggest reservation about this is XFX and their infamous 'warranty' system. Card is good for the money.
#16
Anyone know how I can check if this will support my Asus P5KPL-AM motherboard? Checked the manual but can't tell if its got PCI-E 2.0 slots?
#17
sabz786
Anyone know how I can check if this will support my Asus P5KPL-AM motherboard? Checked the manual but can't tell if its got PCI-E 2.0 slots?


I've just checked on Asus' website, and while there are four different versions of the P5KPL-AM motherboard, all of them support PCI-E x16, so you're good to go.

Really any modern motherboard in mATX or ATX will support PCI-E x16.
#18
Good card and a reasonable price.
Can't go wrong with Ebuyer imho. I've always been impressed with the service
Heat added.
#19
Good chipset (running it now, can play many games on mid-high), but the fact that it's DDR2 is likely to lead to some performance decrease. Can't go too wrong at that price though. Just seems like XFX want to get rid of any GDDR2 they have lying around.
#20
pjhukd
Hi,I want to use this card to output to hdmi port on my tv.A google search states this card is 'hdmi ready'.Please could someone let me know what I need to buy to output to hdmi (with audio)Thanks, Paul
Use a DVI-HDMI cable. Or if your TV has a DVI port, just use a DVI cable. You'll need a separate cable for audio which will depend on your PC's soundcard's outputs and your TV/audio system's inputs (could be an optical cable, or a 3.5mm cable, or a 3.5mm-2x phono cable).
#21
great deal, had one in my pc for ages and it performs great! paid £55 for mine though, doh!
#22
ahobday
sabz786
Anyone know how I can check if this will support my Asus P5KPL-AM motherboard? Checked the manual but can't tell if its got PCI-E 2.0 slots?

I've just checked on Asus' website, and while there are four different versions of the P5KPL-AM motherboard, all of them support PCI-E x16, so you're good to go.

Really any modern motherboard in mATX or ATX will support PCI-E x16.
#23
Thank you for the reply. I noticed the motherboard lists the slots as 1xPCI 1x and 16x, does that mean that only one slot will handle this graphics card or I can place in either of the two slots?


ahobday
sabz786
Anyone know how I can check if this will support my Asus P5KPL-AM motherboard? Checked the manual but can't tell if its got PCI-E 2.0 slots?


I've just checked on Asus' website, and while there are four different versions of the P5KPL-AM motherboard, all of them support PCI-E x16, so you're good to go.

Really any modern motherboard in mATX or ATX will support PCI-E x16.
banned#24
Why is this hot? This is really old and bad. I have a GTS 250 I paid £80 for a year ago and it is double the power of this. Sure you can get alot better than this for the same price.
#25
Reser
Why is this hot? This is really old and bad. I have a GTS 250 I paid £80 for a year ago and it is double the power of this. Sure you can get alot better than this for the same price.

Okay, please give us some examples.
#26
sabz786
Thank you for the reply. I noticed the motherboard lists the slots as 1xPCI 1x and 16x, does that mean that only one slot will handle this graphics card or I can place in either of the two slots?


A PCI-E 16x slot has a small clip at the back that's used to release the card, so you'll notice that. It also is set slightly further into the motherboard than the other slots.

Plus I don't believe a PCI-E card will be able to fit in a standard PCI slot anyway. There'll only be one slot this card will fit into.

I've looked up your motherboard on Google Images, and it seems that the PCI-E 16x slot is also a different colour to the other PCI slots.

All in all it should be very hard to miss :)
#27
This is almost tempting to put in my older build (Have a GTX275 for main) to run HTPC off it. Nice find. :D
#28
I saw this a couple of days ago, very tempting price but I wasn't 100% sure if it came with a HDMI port so opted against buying. Also considering the radeon 5570 - slightly priceier and similar card with less power draw (I only have a 300w PSU)

In response to Resers comment, you're unlikely to find a better card under £50. Good to know that you can get better for almost double the price though :-)
#29
I've had this card for about a year now I think, and while it's a budget gaming card it's not failed me yet. I'm playing Dead Space 2 on 1440x900 with high details, and that's on a 2.0ghz Core2. Bad Company 2 runs so-so, but apparently that game needs a beast of a CPU.

I'm running on a crappy stock 350w CPU as well, with no problems!

Edited By: neon123 on Jan 31, 2011 13:13
#30
Tom's Hardware has this down as one of their best budget PCIe cards Link
#31
While not bad for the price you have to take into account that this will very soon be two generations old. Turks is due to replace redwood and the HD6570's 3D06 score is about identical to the DDR3 version of the HD4670 yet will use 50% less power and if the prices are correct at at 499HKD (£40) it will be a better buy.

So voted hot as its available now, but with the Turks based cards coming soon the prices of the HD5xxx(redwood) cards will probably drop so if you don't need a card now it may be worth waiting.
#32
alexgamblin
All you need is a HDMI to DVI adapter like this https://www.interlight.biz/light-bulb/GHDMIMDVIF&ID=FROOGLE-UK

DVI is essentially the same connector both using digital signals, just they created a new connection (seven different companies which get commission) for the new "digital age".

Display port is designed as the free version of HDMI with no royalty costs.


No HDMI carries Audio as well as Video where as DVI will not carry Audio even if you use the DVI to HDMI adaptor!
#33
Thank you again. I maybe getting the old AGP slot confused with the PCI-E slot confused then? Its a brown color, and the mobo has 2 yellow slots lower down which one has a wireless card in


ahobday
sabz786
Thank you for the reply. I noticed the motherboard lists the slots as 1xPCI 1x and 16x, does that mean that only one slot will handle this graphics card or I can place in either of the two slots?


A PCI-E 16x slot has a small clip at the back that's used to release the card, so you'll notice that. It also is set slightly further into the motherboard than the other slots.

Plus I don't believe a PCI-E card will be able to fit in a standard PCI slot anyway. There'll only be one slot this card will fit into.

I've looked up your motherboard on Google Images, and it seems that the PCI-E 16x slot is also a different colour to the other PCI slots.

All in all it should be very hard to miss :)
#34
sabz786
Thank you again. I maybe getting the old AGP slot confused with the PCI-E slot confused then? Its a brown color, and the mobo has 2 yellow slots lower down which one has a wireless card in

This will help with the recognition. I suspect you have an AGP if it's brown.
http://www.instantgoodness.com/images/uploaded/pages/272/AGP_PCI_PCIE_PCIEx1_Bus.jpg
#35
http://www.asus.com/websites/Global/products/xs6iinKxu0y5agcg/e0RYGfwGJ5AOiP5y_500.jpg

This is the one but i am not sure sure which slot is the PCIex16?
#36
The blue slot. It will even be marked above the slot on the board
#37
sabz786
Thank you again. I maybe getting the old AGP slot confused with the PCI-E slot confused then? Its a brown color, and the mobo has 2 yellow slots lower down which one has a wireless card in


It's very strange that it should be brown. Are you saying that it looks like the photo you provided above, but that the blue slot is brown instead?

I looked up the Asus model number you gave and all of the motherboards under that model number had PCI-E 16x slots, so unless they also used that model number years ago when AGP was the standard, you'll be fine.
#38
Like I said before, don't make the mistake of confusing this with the GDDR 5 version of the HD 4670 1GB (which is a lot faster).
You would frankly be better of buying a GT 240 GDDR5 1GB ... which can be had for under £70 (just checked).
And also don't know why people are going on about x16 ... the listed card is hardly going to strain the PCI express.

Edited By: tweetee on Jan 31, 2011 18:41
#39
tweetee
Like I said before, don't make the mistake of confusing this with the GDDR 5 version of the HD 4670 1GB (which is a lot faster).
You would frankly be better of buying a GT 240 GDDR5 1GB ... which can be had for under £70 (just checked).
And also don't know why people are going on about x16 ... the listed card is hardly going to strain the PCI express.


:| No DDR5 version of this card was ever produced (well not with ATI's blessing)
#40
ahobday
sabz786
Thank you again. I maybe getting the old AGP slot confused with the PCI-E slot confused then? Its a brown color, and the mobo has 2 yellow slots lower down which one has a wireless card in
It's very strange that it should be brown. Are you saying that it looks like the photo you provided above, but that the blue slot is brown instead?I looked up the Asus model number you gave and all of the motherboards under that model number had PCI-E 16x slots, so unless they also used that model number years ago when AGP was the standard, you'll be fine.

you havnt got one of those ltimited versions with both agp and pci-e have you ?

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