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PowerColor PCS+ 5670 512MB Review

Posted on Thursday, February 11 2010 @ 14:37:26 CET by


The PowerColor PCS+ 5670 512MB may be a mainstream gaming card, lower on the performance ladder than its larger 5700 and 5800 siblings, but looks to offer some respectable gaming performance at a great price. Clearly geared to consumers who occasionally do some light gaming, and particularly at 1280 resolution, the PCS+ 5670 is a small card that is designed to be frugal in terms of power consumption, and to run cool and quiet, offering a good upgrade option for people on a budget or perhaps those with an older system looking to easily improve their graphics performance.



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