|The HD4670 is the kind of card (one of a kind?) that I live for. Performance, price, power consumption, size, availability, ability to work on about any machine...what's not to like.|
The story about my love affair with the HD4670...
My Mexican girlfriend has a family large enough to staff a modern aircraft carrier and most of them buy hp/Compaq, eMachines, Dell, Gateway, Acer, Sony; whatever meets the criteria of cheap, pretty and new.
It all started about a year ago with a dead 6200LE. Those useless things sold for about 50-60 bucks then so I did a little research and ordered a HD4670; 17 cards since that one have gone into various machines without a single psu replacement. At one point, I bought 5 with the big idea of doing a comparison review but they were all gone within 2 weeks.
So no review.
What I can say though is single core, dual core, quad core, AMD, Intel all came alive. Simply no valid concerns about memory bandwidth, cpu bottlenecks, or wasted money. A bonus that all 18 of these HD4670's can be retained and stuck in their next pc's is not to be ignored either.
What's not to like?