Sapphire HD 6670 Low Profile ReviewRHKCommander959 - December 22, 2011
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The Sapphire HD 6670 provided a decent entry level gaming experience, while also being able to handle all office and media usage effortlessly. As long as maximum quality settings aren't desired, then this card will game just fine. Operating noise was surprisingly low and the temperatures were great! Overclocking was consistent with full-sized 6670s, with a gain of about 8% core and 15% memory. The packaging was perfect and included all the main peripherals needed.
There really are no cons for the Sapphire HD 6670 LP! Some users might get annoyed at having to change from the low profile brackets to the standard, but the task is simple so it isn't a problem as long as you can use a screw driver and a pair of pliers.
The 6670 performed quietly and with great temperatures, was able to handle high definition movies and media usage, browse the Internet and run office applications easily, and even game nicely as long as proper settings were used! All the while, power consumption was very low. If low profile is desired, then this is the way to go. Otherwise, more powerful cards can be had for similar prices. This card would fit in well with small form factor PCs, HTPCs, office computers, casual gaming rigs, and other similar setups!
- Great cooling
- Very quiet
- Extremely universal
- Complete accessory package
- Performance for low profile
- Application acceleration