VTX3D Radeon HD 5670 Graphics Card 1024MB - £52.42 Delivered @ CCL Online
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VTX3D Radeon HD 5670 Graphics Card 1024MB - £52.42 Delivered @ CCL Online

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Found 12th May 2011Made hot 10th Jun 2011
Bought same card last week, it is whisper quiet.

And it plays Crysis 2! not max settings but looks incredible.

Overview

RADEON™ HD 5670 series delivers a dazzling 3D experience to PC enthusiasts with the best performance in its class, optimized for today? most compelling gaming environments and applications. Driven by advanced quad-pipe architecture.

Specification

Product Description: VTX3D Radeon HD5670 1GB DDR3 128Bit
Interface Type: PCI-E
Chipset: Radeon HD 5670
Memory size: 1024MB
Core Clock Speed: 775Mhz
Memory Clock Speed: 1333Mhz
Stream Processors: 400
DX Supported: DX11
Display: VGA / HDMI / DVI
Hyper Memory Support: Yes, 2GB max Vista/Win7 only
Cooling: Fan
PSU Requirements: 400Watt
Multi Card Support: Yes

27 Comments

Nice deal, though I think the 5770 would be more advisable for Crisis2 max settings unless you comprimised resultion!

5670 is a good card, max power consumption is something like 73 watts which impressive.

Plus it does not require an external power connecter.

DazzyB

Nice deal, though I think the 5770 would be more advisable for Crisis2 … Nice deal, though I think the 5770 would be more advisable for Crisis2 max settings unless you comprimised resultion!


I would say a 5830, you dont want to be left crying when the dx11 patch comes out and the budget 5770 cant cope.

someone call?

Cheapest delivery is £5.40, so it's £57.82 delivered.

Sapphire equivalent, with GDDR5 is £66.64 incl. delivery at Amazon. It's out of stock now, but was in stock a day or two ago.

amazon.co.uk/Sap…8-4

Does GDDR5 offer any advantages over GDDR3?

Power consumption stats here: forums.atomicmpc.com.au/ind…t=0

Regards

can you cross fire these?

Is this as good as a 4890?

komi

can you cross fire these?



Yeah these can be used for crossfire.

Bought the sapphire 512MB version last week and I must say it's a great quiet card for mid-level gaming

blackanchorage

Sapphire equivalent, with GDDR5 is £66.64 incl. delivery at Amazon. It's … Sapphire equivalent, with GDDR5 is £66.64 incl. delivery at Amazon. It's out of stock now, but was in stock a day or two ago.[url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.amazon.co.uk%2FSapphire-5670-GDDR5-Graphics-Card%2Fdp%2FB004L2K8ZA%2Fref%3Dsr_1_4%3Fie%3DUTF8%26qid%3D1305309660%26sr%3D8-4]http://www.amazon.co.uk/Sapphire-5670-GDDR5-Graphics-Card/dp/B004L2K8ZA/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8&qid=1305309660&sr=8-4[/url]Does GDDR5 offer any advantages over GDDR3?Power consumption stats here: http://forums.atomicmpc.com.au/index.php?showtopic=264&st=0Regards


That's sold by ADMI, not Amazon.

The Sapphire 5670 512MB GDDR5 sold by Amazon is £56.08 delivered, and it's in stock. I purchased that exact same card a few months ago, it runs cooler than cool at ~28-30C when under load, and is whisper quiet. After doing a lot of research, there is hardly any difference between the 1GB and 512MB, which is why I went for the 512MB at the time, plus the 1GB was ~£25 more so I couldn't justify it.

People have managed to overclock the core clock speed on these to 890, and the memory clock to 4800 with ease, and they can be pushed harder too. I've yet to need to touch mine, but I will eventually.

EDiT: The 1GB card sold by ADMI Limited via Amazon is back in stock btw.
Edited by: "ClubLife" 10th Jun 2011

Always a fan of these small, power efficient, £50-70 graphics cards that can play everything just fine for the next 2 years. No point spending £150+ on these insane power hungry cards, because in 2/3 years they'll be just as obsolete.

Anyone wants my Sapphire 5670 512MB DDR5 (nearly new, original box, disk, etc.) - let me know via pm. Can also collect from East London.

i recently got a 5670 512MB DDR5 - much better than my previous ati 3450 card but it does NOT take to overclocking every well, the memory won't take any amount of overclocking without throwing up glitches and so far i've only been able to overclock to 835mhz and be stable in my games

can these eyefinity cards display on 3 monitors at the same time? I'm looking for one that can do this - doesn't have to be that powerful games wise as it'll be for work (mostly!)

ukez

Is this as good as a 4890?


u know the answer don't u? not gonna entertain. lol!!

Hard to vote this hot when you can get a 5750 for £10 more, a 5770 for £10 more than that and a 5850 for only £99.

Hard to vote this hot when you can get a 5750 for £10 more, a 5770 for £10 more than that and a 5850 for only £99.

CalumD

Hard to vote this hot when you can get a 5750 for £10 more, a 5770 for … Hard to vote this hot when you can get a 5750 for £10 more, a 5770 for £10 more than that and a 5850 for only £99.


it's really more of a deal for people with a basic PSU, many pre-built computers can't support cards above the 5670 class, it's one thing to pay £20 extra for the 5770 but if you have to add another £30 for a 500watt PSU then it's not as rosy.

couls this handle witcher 2 on good/very good settings?

I have a feeling we're gunna be seeing more of these 5xxx deals as they are being phased out now, the 6xxx series is more or less in place now. Some good deals to be found i imagine, though i want HDMI 1.4 support (for 3D) so 5xxx is out of the question...

I got the 5770 version of this - it is not 'whisper quiet'! Still, for the price it seems like a good deal. I paid about £115 for tthe 5770 version last Sept.

ukez

Is this as good as a 4890?


no

davebach172

can these eyefinity cards display on 3 monitors at the same time? I'm … can these eyefinity cards display on 3 monitors at the same time? I'm looking for one that can do this - doesn't have to be that powerful games wise as it'll be for work (mostly!)



Well, yes eyefinity cards can, as long as you've got the right connections/monitors etc. BUT, I don't think this is an eyefinity card? I think that you need one that has a DP on it, which I don't think this has. I'd go for something more powerful anyway to run 3 monitors. It's 3x the normal work needed by a gfx card remember. Seriously though, check the connections you want to make with it will work before you buy. ie one will need to be on DP, which means you'll need an ACTIVE DP adapter.

Thanks Benji - eyefinity looks like the way to go then. Now to check out why most of these cards have display port - why cant it all be simple eh!

davebach172

Thanks Benji - eyefinity looks like the way to go then. Now to check out … Thanks Benji - eyefinity looks like the way to go then. Now to check out why most of these cards have display port - why cant it all be simple eh!



Yeah, get an eyefinity card. My 6850 is but that's like £110, you can get them for like £25 I think. Not great at all for games, but does eyefinity and is cheap. They want people to move onto DP, it is better in the long run, can daisy chain monitors etc. But it's expensive and not widely supported atm. If you have a vga monitor then you're sorted though as DP to VGA is cheap. DP to DVI is expensive (active adapter which you'd need, passive is no good).
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