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Definitely the 5670, great card, I was rather Impressed with what it could do when I built a budget PC for my parents. Maxed out games at 1280*1024 (used the old monitor) with solid fps.

Games that I tested:
-Unreal Tournament 3
-Civilization 5
-Portal 2
-Cities XL 2011
-Fallout 3
-Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood

OCed to 815 core and max memory through afterburner.

One of the best sub $100 cards IMO.
my ASUS using its smartdoctor OC prog did 900/4600 stable and cool
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How about a MSI 5670 twin frozer.
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