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    Default PowerColor PCS+ 5670 512MB

    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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    Good review, it was nice of Powercolor to send us one of their cards!

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    Go get'em Jake, you are on a roll.

    Nice review as always.

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    Great review.

    I like the way the cooler looks. I believe that particular design appeared on one of their 5770s as well.
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    Wow, look at the size of that thing. I'm guessing that's going to take up about 3 slots? Who would use something that wide? How is the heating on it? I mean, does it hold a good steady temp?

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    It's actually only a dual slot, the photo is a bit deceptive now that I look at it. That card is actually very small compared to the other Radeon cards. Perhaps I should start putting cards together for a review pic to give an idea of their respective size?

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