XFX HD 5670 775M Video Card Review :: Card

01-24-2010 · Category: Hardware - Video Cards

By Benjamin Sun

XFX HD 5670 775M  Video Card Review Card

Card

XFX HD 5670 775M  Video Card Review fan

fan

XFX HD 5670 775M  Video Card Review PCI Express

PCI Express

XFX HD 5670 775M  Video Card Review Front

Front


The XFX card is about an inch longer than the PCI Express x16 slot, meaning it will fit into any case with a PCI Express x16 Generation 2 slot. The card front has a small heatsink with a 13-fin fan at the far right end of the heatsink. XFX has the RADEON HD 5670 name along with the ATI RADEON Premium Graphics logo on the bottom and the XFX logo on top.


XFX HD 5670 775M  Video Card Review Rear of card

Rear of card

XFX HD 5670 775M  Video Card Review Rear of PCB

Rear of PCB

XFX HD 5670 775M  Video Card Review Fan Power

Fan Power

XFX HD 5670 775M  Video Card Review I/O)

I/O)


The card has no CrossfireX bridge on top. To enable CrossfireX on a motherboard you need to have a board that supports CrossfireX, two RADEON HD 5670 video cards and the driver installed. The cards will use the PCI Express x16 Generation 2.0 interface to communicate and as the cards should not be bandwidth limited as the HD 5870s or HD 5970s would be.

The rear of the card has XFXs Part Number and Serial Number stickers. These are needed to register the card but are on the Door Hanger which is part of the bundle. The GPU is held in place by four screws as the chip itself is only 104mm2 the mount is very small indeed. The Input/output bracket contains a single HDMI port, a Dual-Link DVI-I port and a DisplayPort interface. This allows Eyefinity support across three monitors if all connections are used.