Sapphire Radeon HD 6670 and Radeon HD 6570 Graphics Cards Review

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Sapphire Radeon HD 6670 and Radeon HD 6570 Graphics Card Reviews

Sapphire Radeon 6570 and 6670 Graphics Cards Review

A few weeks ago AMD and their partners began refreshing the models in the low end of the Radeon product stack with the 6450, a model which was designed for those who wanted something a little more powerful than integrated graphics but at a low price point. That meant in terms of 6000 series products we had a hole between the 6450 and the 6790 that was still filled by 5000 series products.

On the 19th April that changed with the launch of the 6570 and 6670 meaning that AMD now had a top to bottom range of 6000 series products and over the last few days retail samples have been making their way out to reviewers.

Today we have two of the new value orientated Radeons on our test bench, the Sapphire 6570 and 6670. These cards are more than just rebranded reference designs thanks to their Arctic Cooling coolers and redesigned PCB’s so let’s take a look at how they perform in some of the most popular games around, as well as GPU computing and media related tasks.

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