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Old 14th Jan 2010, 09:23   #1
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Old 14th Jan 2010, 09:52   #2
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what last generation card can we compared this to
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Old 14th Jan 2010, 10:37   #3
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nice .. will consider it as building a pc
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Old 14th Jan 2010, 10:44   #4
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what last generation card can we compared this to
It is designed to fit where the 4670 sat but obviously better DX11, 40nm, eyefinity and stream. Positioned against NVIDIA 240 and 9800 GT from the green team.
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Old 14th Jan 2010, 10:47   #5
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Thanks for the extra info fatboy, and thanks to braka for asking the question.
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Old 14th Jan 2010, 11:01   #6
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Will try and get some bench marks up later they look really decent cards for the money.
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Old 14th Jan 2010, 11:07   #7
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I was just about to place an order for a vapour x 5770, should I wait and see what these bench like?
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Old 14th Jan 2010, 11:23   #8
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I was just about to place an order for a vapour x 5770, should I wait and see what these bench like?
Get the 5770 Vapor X it will perfrom better than a 5670.
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Old 14th Jan 2010, 11:24   #9
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Saw a review this morning on Anandtech, looks like quite a strong card and a potentially good replacement for my current 3870 (stronger FPS as well as power & heat reductions).
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Old 14th Jan 2010, 11:28   #10
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Thing is, the 1GB versions start at £90, where an extra tenner would put you into HD5750 territory.


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Old 14th Jan 2010, 11:30   #11
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Title needs attention! (not trying to be pedantic, just helpful)

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Old 14th Jan 2010, 11:52   #12
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Get the 5770 Vapor X it will perfrom better than a 5670.
Thankyou fatboy, thats all I needed to here, consider the vapour X ordered
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Old 14th Jan 2010, 11:55   #13
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curious to see how these do in crossfire.

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Old 14th Jan 2010, 11:57   #14
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Title needs attention! (not trying to be pedantic, just helpful)
Fixed now thank you
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Old 16th Jan 2010, 19:13   #15
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Review @ Anandtech

looks preety good for the money ....i wonder how 5500 and 5400 series will be like

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Old 16th Jan 2010, 19:46   #16
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wonder how to will play crysis and other high end games, would imagine it wouldn't be able to handle high settings
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Old 16th Jan 2010, 20:25   #17
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wonder how to will play crysis and other high end games, would imagine it wouldn't be able to handle high settings
i played grid on high using a 4670 and it did well buti guess grid is not so demading

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Old 16th Jan 2010, 21:19   #18
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For the price point the 5670 is absolutely brilliant value for money.
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For the price point the 5670 is absolutely brilliant value for money.
Id totally have to agree with that, for casual gaming use their ideal, like the old 4670, iv been waiting for these to be released, as im a casual gamer, so the more powerful cards are abit pointless to me.

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*Waits for HIS IceQ 4 version*

Damn, that was a good budget card.
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Old 17th Jan 2010, 19:08   #21
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is this better than a gts250?


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Old 17th Jan 2010, 19:33   #22
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is this better than a gts250?
I believe this is better than a GTS 250.
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I believe this is better than a GTS 250.
By a lot? or just a minimal difference.?


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Old 17th Jan 2010, 22:36   #24
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By a lot? or just a minimal difference.?
There is a link to a review a few posts up. It is quicker than a 240 but not as quick as a 250. The Nvidia naming doesn't mean much to me though, find it hard to keep up with them! The only thing the review misses out is DX11 performance, which is half the point of the card, but I'm sure other reviews will cover it

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looks preety good for the money ....i wonder how 5500 and 5400 series will be like
You might laugh but I was much more interested in how the GT220 was doing in there. Might not return my incoming DDR3 1GB low profile one after all

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Old 18th Jan 2010, 16:25   #26
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There is a link to a review a few posts up. It is quicker than a 240 but not as quick as a 250. The Nvidia naming doesn't mean much to me though, find it hard to keep up with them! The only thing the review misses out is DX11 performance, which is half the point of the card, but I'm sure other reviews will cover it
Thanks I missed that review , pleased to see my card blow's away these new cards on every benchmark.
Anyone who is looking at these card's, look at the benchmark's and see how much more fps the gts250 gets in comparison.
And they are only £10 more.


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So this is like a 4850? Shows how much the 40nm process has come on since the 4770...
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Any release dates yet for the 5400 and 5500 series cards? I'm after a passive card for my HTPC rebuild, bitstreaming HD audio goodness

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Any release dates yet for the 5400 and 5500 series cards? I'm after a passive card for my HTPC rebuild, bitstreaming HD audio goodness
I can't imagine them performing any better than a 4670, and Sapphires passive version of that is like 50-60 quid.
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Old 18th Jan 2010, 19:06   #30
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i have two 4670's in cross fire and when i play crysis and i come of it they are like 60c, thats proberbly because they are in my DELL XPS :O ino dont say anything, i am im the process of starting a i5 (watercooled btw) build to replace the dell form hell!
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