Product: ATI Radeon HD5670
Company: AMD
Authour: James 'caveman-jim' Prior
Editor: Charles 'Lupine' Oliver
Date: February 2nd, 2010
ATI Radeon HD5670 Video Card Review

ATi Radeon
ATi Radeon
January 14th, 2010 marked the beginning of AMD's assault on the largest market in discrete GPUs - the mainstream segment. AMD's sweet spot strategy has delivered Cypress and Juniper core graphics cards - now Redwood stands tall, ready to bring DirectX 11 and Eyefinity to the masses.

Price breakdown
Price breakdown

AMD tell us, based on data gathered by Mercury Research, that approximately 66% of active gamers out there use sub $100USD graphics cards, and 90% use a display resolution of less than 1920x1200. The Redwood XT, or AMD ATI Radeon HD 5670 to use its full name, is designed to hit three key consumer wants:

  • Easy upgrade to higher performance

  • All purpose - Gaming, Video, Productivity

  • Value - New cutting edge open standards based technology

AMD ATi Radeon HD 5670
AMD ATi Radeon HD 5670

Product Highlights

  • $100USD MSRP

  • 775MHz 40nm Redwood core

  • 627M Transistors

  • 5 SIMD / 400 Stream Processors

  • 20 Texture Units / 8 ROP's

  • 512MB or 1GB GDDR5 @ 1000Mhz (4Gbps)

  • 15W idle / 70W load

  • DirectX 11 / 4 display Eyefinity

AMD Vision
AMD Vision
Join Rage3D as we look at the Redwood architecture, and throw it to the wolves against some hefty last-gen competition. 

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