Sapphire's Radeon HD 5670 HM graphics card is compatible with DirectX 11 and provides an incredibly high frame rate to plunge you straight into the heart of the...... more
Sapphire's Radeon HD 5670 HM graphics card is compatible with DirectX 11 and provides an incredibly high frame rate to plunge you straight into the heart of the action. It's ideal for use with the latest 3D video games! In fact, the Radeon HD 5670 has been designed to bring out the best in all the functions found in Microsoft's Windows 7 OS. Plus, it includes HyperMemory technology and an HDMi socket for instant high definition entertainment.
Advantages: Quiet, Good Graphics Disadvantages: Will not play latest games at good quality.
...an AV receiver that I ordered. I had two options, one was to update the sound card to a card with an optical output or the other option is the one I chose to update the graphics card to one with a HDMI output. I will review the main features of the new card and also at times compare it to the GTS 250 to get a direct comparison.
The Radeon 6570 has three ports. As I mentioned above...
Advantages: Outstanding performance Disadvantages: not suitable for smaller computers
...is very power hungry.
The upside is that it will cope with all the latest games with ease and if you have got a BD drive you can watch them in beautiful hd on your computer.
Needless to say all in all I highly recommend this graphics card....
Advantages: Fantastic budget card. Disadvantages: Limited overclocking facilities. Fails to run the latest titles.
...Last December, I was assigned the task of building a low -cost PC for a relative. With only a maximum of 35 pounds to spend on a video card my choice was limited. I finally opted for Sapphire's version of the Ati Radeon 7000 model.
It cost about 28 pounds at the time, and is possibly the finest budget card I've come across. One of its main advantages is its stability, I used a tool called Riva...