Sapphire HD6670 Low Profile Graphics Card Review

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Sapphire HD6670 Low Profile Graphics Card Review

The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim – DirectX 9

Skyrim was tested at 1920×1080 with no anti-aliasing, no anisotropic filtering and Ultra detail levels.


Benchmark Results


Benchmark Results

We start off this review with the newest game in our test suite, Skyrim. The latest Elder Scrolls title plays well on the 6670 when backed by a high specification CPU at 1920×1080. We found the game to be playable at these settings but those with a midrange system will be able to tweak detail levels to achieve smooth framerates.

Here is how the game looks at our tested settings.

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