Sapphire Radeon 5670 Ultimate
ATI’s 5000 series graphics cards have proven to be very popular for some time now, having become quite popular with the gaming and enthusiast crowd. ATI has quite an extensive product lineup in this new 40nm series, and we’ve had the opportunity to look every model of these DX11-capable cards in the enthusiast, mainstream, and budget segments.
These cards have proved to be impressive in terms of technology and sheer horsepower. However, we know that not everyone is a hardcore gamer or enthusiast, and there is a large consumer market out there that looks for something affordable. As a result, the latest 5000 series card sits squarely in the budget segment: the Radeon 5670 Ultimate.
The Sapphire Radeon 5670 Ultimate is a low-power, passively cooled, budget graphics card, marketed to consumers who may be interested in something for their HTPC or the occasional foray into some light gaming. It packs a bit of horsepower, but it does run utterly silent, so Sapphire has a rather interesting combination to offer here to consumers.
Let’s take a look at the Sapphire Radeon 5670 Ultimate and see how it fares.
Thanks go to Sapphire for providing the Radeon 5670 Ultimate for this review.
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