Sapphire Radeon HD 4670 Graphics Card

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Introduction

Not that long ago Nvidia were showing some real dominance in the graphics card market as ATI struggled to remain competitive with their Radeon HD 2000 and 3000 series products. ATI managed to get themselves back into a competitive state with the release of the 4870 and 4870 X2 that offer a good alternative to the GeForce GTX series of cards. As most of us know the 4870 X2 is the fastest single card solution available at time of writing.

As with all new product ranges as time progresses the technology trickles down into the lower end parts and that is why we are here today, the launch of an R700 based budget product, the Radeon HD 4670. This card retails for £60/$80 and so should be well within the price range of most consumers, but is it worth buying if you are a gamer? It is our job today to find out, and we will also test them in Crossfire to see the possible gains if you upgraded at a later date.

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