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    ASUS typically brings some unique features to the table with their graphics cards, and even at a lower price range the EAH5670 1GB is no exception. A few interesting software utilities, along with a custom heatsink, make this budget gaming card a rather attractive package. Let's take a closer look and see what ASUS brings to the table here to satisfy your gaming interests.






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    Good review, that's what three 5670s we have reviewed now, which one would you say performs the best out of all three ?

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    Well the PowerColor PCS+ is overclocked out of the box so it has slightly better performance. However, the PowerColor and ASUS overclock better than Sapphire. The Sapphire card has the best cooling temperatures. And ASUS has the best utilities software.

    Take your pick and what's most important to you

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