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post #11 of 46 Old 12-02-2009, 10:35 AM
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I wonder if there will be an AGP version of this card, like there was of the 4670. If so, then this will be the choice for my Athlon XP system.

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Can't wait for this card.

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gr8!! finally a non pcie connector card i wanna know when its coming, the price and benchmarks (& CF) against the hd 4670 ddr4, ya think its worth the upgrade?

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Wow, ATI are really driving for market segmentation by leaving such huge performance gaps between 58xx/57xx/56xx series. I almost wish the 56xx series had the current 57xx specs so a 57xx series could come out as a refresh that filled in massive SP gap between the 1600/1440 SP 58xx series and the 800/720 SP of the current 57xx.

As it stands ATI has model numbered themselves into a bit of a corner. Of course, we could see 5830's & 5790's fill in the gap later so perhaps all this ranting is utterly meaningless.

On Topic: The 5670 looks like it'll be a fantastic low power card (and probably MUCH faster than the old 4670). Can't wait for the reviews.

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would this be a whole lot better than my 9800? because this is the low end of their new line. i would love to have a newer card that has some better specs than what i have now


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would this be a whole lot better than my 9800? because this is the low end of their new line. i would love to have a newer card that has some better specs than what i have now
it should perform on par with a 4830 so it would be better but only by a little. i still don't think it would be an upgrade unless you want dx11. it doesn't seem to have eyefinity support.

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would this be a whole lot better than my 9800? because this is the low end of their new line. i would love to have a newer card that has some better specs than what i have now
I think it would probably on par with your 9800GT.

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Looks good.

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I think it would probably on par with your 9800GT.

Good little card.
IDK. My 4670 a good deal better than a 9600. Maybe almost on par with a 9800. I don't know about the gt naming scheme and stuff. I expect this to be a good deal better than a 9800.

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