Sapphire 100326UL AMD Radeon HD6670 1GB - Tarjeta gráfica (Pasivo, AMD, Radeon HD6670, GDDR5, CD-ROM, PCI Express x16)
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- Dual Link DVI
- Full HD
- Protección de contenido digital de elevado ancho de banda
- Soporte para proceso paralelo: No
- Versión DirectX: 11
- Versión OpenGL: 4.1
- Versión Shader model: 5.0
- refrigeración: Pasivo
Descripción del producto
Adaptador gráfico, RAMDAC: 400 MHz
Adaptadores de interfaz incluido: DVI-I - VGA
Alta Definición Total: Si
Altura: 5 cm
Ancho: 13 cm
Ancho de datos: 128 bit
Cantidad de DisplayPorts: 1
Compatible con Mac: No
Dual Link DVI: Si
Familia de procesadores de gráficos: AMD
Frecuencia del procesador: 800 MHz
Gráficos discretos memoria del adaptador: 1 GB
Máxima resolución: 2560 x 1600 Pixeles
Número de puertos HDMI: 1
Procesador gráfico: Radeon HD6670
Procesadores de corriente: 480
Profundidad: 18 cm
Puerto DVI: 1
RAM mínima: 1024 MB
Requisitos mínimos del sistema: CD-ROM
Sintonizador de TV integrado: No
Sistema operativo Windows soportado: Si
Soporte para proceso paralelo: No
Suministro de energía al sistema mínimo: 400 W
Tipo de enfriamiento: Pasivo
Tipo de interfaz: PCI Express x16
Tipo de memoria de adaptador gráfico: GDDR5
Velocidad de memoria del reloj: 4000 MHz
Versión DirectX: 11
Versión OpenGL: 4.1
Versión Shader model: 5.0
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It does everything I need and it's a decent rig (in terms of hard disk space and RAM and all that--even to today's standards) but the power supply is absolute garbage,The cheapest (or at least, one of the cheapest) power supply/ies out there!
I bought this card because of my 350W power supply and I wanted to have a decent fps when playing my computer games. Yes, it does Blu-Ray and all that other fancy stuff (and it's got two extra ports in addition to the DVI port in the back), but I don't care about all that. I bought this mainly for my gaming. And I did my home work before buying this card. I mean, it is almost $100! But for the price, (and i have looked at other cards) there isn't much else out there that does what this card can do.
I have a 1920 x 1080 Dell monitor and I have been able to run all of my computer games (Tropico 4, Portal 2, Civ V, Left 4 Dead 2, Orcs Must Die! 2, etc) on MAX settings with full 1080p resolution. And I have been able to maintain a constant 60+ fps for all of these games. I can't believe the power I am getting out of this card--especially since it is running on a crap 350W power supply! It's crazy!
I was using an e-GeForce 8600 GT before and though I love nVidia, my experience with their cards have always been spotty. I have always been forced to replace nVidia cards due to hardware failures but only ever replace my AMD cards because of upgrades.
Get this card. Seriously! Even if you have a power supply that can handle better cards--this is just crazy! Furthermore, the Sapphire Radeon HD6670 Ultimate uses passive cooling. I have never used or seen a fan-less card before. This was my first time. I was scared--it's phenomenal. It's like everything is running on air. Literally.
...but updates if anything happens. Promise.
-----UPDATE June 14, 2013-----
As promised, here is my first update. I have been using this card, nonstop, for something like 7 months now and it is still working great. Games look amazing and things are just fantastic.
Still seems/feels like I am running everything on air.
This is one of those products not a lot of people know/rant/talk about, but you're glad you know about it. It's like you're saving tons of money on something that works just as well as another card that costs maybe 2x or 3x what you paid for this card. Again, more updates as the months progress.
-----UPDATE May 29, 2014-----
So my Dell Inspiron 530 Q6600 from 2007/08 finally crapped out around August 2013. I went without a home computer for ~5 months.
Here is my new rig:
AMD FX8350 4ghz 8-CORE
ASUS M5A97 LE R2.0 AM3+ AMD 970 ATX AMD Motherboard with UEFI BIOS
8GB DDR3 RAM
Sapphire Radeon HD6670 Ultimate 1GB GDDR5
It's a custom-built PC but that's not the point. I just want to say that even after my PC crapped out (the one I originally bought this card for) I am still using the Sapphire Radeon HD6670 Ultimate 1GB GDDR5! Almost 2 years later and I still haven't gone out to buy a new card. Really, what makes this card incredible is THERE ARE NO FANS. Yes, it may not be the latest and greatest but if you're on this page, you're probably not after that kind of thing. You just want to buy a decent card at a decent price.
I've used maybe, 4-5 different graphics cards in the last 10 years (nVidia and ATI) and this is my favorite, by far!!!
Buy it and you won't regret it. It gets the job done. Plug and forget!
I can also now occasionally play a few older games that I still enjoy. Left 4 Dead/L4D2 rarely drop below the 60Hz vsync at 1080p, and that's the most resource-intense game I play. This is not a high-end video card but for casual gaming it's great.
While I was concerned that the included passive heatsink would be insufficient, I really wanted a quiet video card. I'm pleasantly surprised that at idle, the GPU stays about 5 degrees warmer than my CPU (so the CPU is ~20 degrees over ambient and the GPU is ~25 degrees over ambient). Under gaming load, this GPU gets a bit warmer; I've seen it max out at 128F in a 78F room. Of course, these temperatures are highly dependent upon airflow in your case. I'm using a Silverstone Temjin TJ08E, and due to the orientation of the mob in this case, the bulk of this video card's heatsink is about 6" behind the front 180mm intake fan but sitting above the rear 120mm exhaust fan - and I have both fans volt modded to silence. So even if you're putting this in a quiet, relatively low airflow case, you should be fine.
Thanks Sapphire for making this passively cooled 6670 DDR5. While this is about $10 more than most actively cooled 6670 DDR5 cards, good aftermarket passive cooling solutions are almost always $20+, so if you want a passively cooled card, this is a good value.
The GT430 worked but had two major problems. The fan was extremely noisy and can only drive two monitors at a time.
Since my current setup requires all 3 ports to be active, I need another solution. So I bought this card.
This AMD HD6670 card, which is quiet and can drive 3 monitors at the same time, two at 2560x1600 and one at 1080p, is a perfect emergency backup for the AMD 6870. It is not as powerful (Windows 7 score 7.1 vs 7.8 for the 6870) but is adequate. I was surprised to see that it can provide the Open-CL support for PhaseOne's Capture One Professional RAW processing software.
Without the fan, the card runs very cool. The GPU core on the HD 6670 only gets 41ºC idle (lower than the 6870's 55ºC) and not much higher than that during video watching or RAW image processing.
However, the HD6670 works out-of-the-box. Observations:
0) I couldn't believe that my computer was actually on. The system fans are basically inaudible. I can hear the hard drives seeking.
1) The video card driver is not loaded until OS X boots, so the video card does not show the boot screen (silver apple).
2) Acceleration seems to be working: YouTube videos continue to play in Mission Control, transitions (mission control, login, etc) are working.
3) The only thing I have noticed is that in iPhoto, going to show the location information (which ends up rotating the info panel to show the back) is slower than I remember. However, it is cosmetic.
4) I don't play games, so this only really covers "normal" Mac OS X user stuff.
5) The original video card was in the lower (of 3) PCI slots. This card does not fit there because of the heat sink. It fit in the middle slow; I have no other PCI cards.
MacPro3,1, Mac OS X 10.8.3 (now 10.8.4), using DVI video out.