AMD Radeon HD 6670
Released April, 2011
The Pros:Sub-$100 price point. DirectX 11. Eyefinity - support for up to 4 monitors at once.
The Cons:Low-powered - newer games won't run at higher resolutions or full detail settings.
The AMD Radeon HD 6670 is the higher-performing member of a trio of entry level graphical video cards released April 2011 by AMD to offer upgraded graphic processing power from integrated video cards or discrete cards over a couple years old.
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Building off the lower end 6450, and 6570, the 6670 has an upgraded 800 MHz engine clock, and a computing power of 768 GFLOPS, just short of 150 more than the 6570. Key features are retained, like App Acceleration technology to boost the speed of everyday applications and multimedia content, Eyefinity multi-monitor display technology to allow for expanded workspace across multiple screens, and DirectX 11 technology for improved gaming performance- averaging 45 FPS in newer, graphically demanding releases.
- 512MB-1GB GDDR5 memory
- 1000MHz memory clock
- 64 GB/s memory bandwidth
- TeraScale 2 Unified Processing Architecture
- 128-bit GDDR5 memory interface
- PCI Express 2.1 x 16 bus interface
- AMD HD3D technology
- AMD CrossFireX multi-GPU technology
- Integrated HD audio controller
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Eyefinity - support for up to 4 monitors at once
HD3D - support for 3D gaming and media playback
low TPD - low power draw (66W max, 12W idle) for low heat creation, utility savings, easy cooling
capable of playing all the latest games at high detail levels at lower resolutions
low-powered - newer games won't run at higher resolutions or full detail settings
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