Thursday, September 11, 2008

ATI Radeon HD 4670 Benchmarks And Reviews

AMD announced on Wednesday the release of the new Radeon 4600 series, mainstream graphics cards including the HD 4650 and Radeon HD 4670, both a pair of DirectX 10.1 graphics cards that will sell for well under $100.

AMD described both cards as cost-reduced versions of the Radeon HD 4800, each containing 320 stream processing cores. The difference between the two lies in the type of frame-buffer memory each uses, prompting a corresponding difference in price. The ATI Radeon HD 4670 uses 512 Mbytes of GDDR3 memory, and is immediately available for $79. The HD 4650 will use 512-Mbytes of GDDR-2 memory, and will be available later this month for $69. A version of the HD 4670 with 1 Gbyte of frame buffer is also scheduled to be released later this month.

AMD calls both "mainstream" cards, above the value-minded Radeon HD 3400 series and below the HD 3800 line, at the low end of the performance spectrum.

Here are some of the early HD 4670 benchmarks and reviews:

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