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Friday, 30 July 2010 07:22

XFX HD 5670 1GB tested - 6. Test Results

Written by Sanjin Rados

Review: Good bundle at a discount

Radeon HD 5670 is not a graphics card that will score an excellent frame rate at 1680x1050, let alone 1920x1200. Still, if you pair two of these cards, you’ll be set for some nice gaming. 30fps at 1920x1200 and no AA is pretty nice; even more so, it’s comparable to what the GTX 460 768MB scored. Users with one HD 5670 will have to settle for 1280x1024 or 1680x1050 with lower graphics settings.

XFX HD 5670 1GB scores a playable framerate in Dirt 2, even at 1920x1200.

Metro 2033 is not the game that will cut slack – not even a €200 card manages to score a playable frame-rate at 1920x1200.

The following results show that XFX HD 5670 does pretty well compared to similarly-priced cards.


XFX HD 5670 1GB is a DirectX 11 card and tessellation plays an important role. Unigine Heaven test is directly concerned with this exact feature.




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