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Wednesday, 13 January 2010 11:41

HD 5670 reviewed, praised and loved

Written by Fudzilla staff

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Faster than GTS 240, slower than HD 4770

Hardwarezone has jumped the gun and posted the first Redwood HD 5670 review. ATI's new mainstream card looks like quite a performer, as it manages to outpace Nvidia's GTS 240 and in some scenarios it's even faster than the 9800 GT. It still ends up a bit slower than ATI's DX10 HD 4770.

Reviewers noted that the HD 5670 has some difficulties coping with antialiasing on higher resolutions, but this is a mainstream product and more demanding consumers will probably go for HD 5700 or 5800 series cards anyway.

The HD 5670 is a huge improvement over the 4600 series, but in our opinion it's still a bit pricey, as it sells for €70 to €100 depending on the SKU.

You can check out the review here.
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