Asus Radeon EAH5670 1GB Graphics Card Unboxing Video



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Today we are unboxing the Asus Radeon EAH5670 1GB Graphics Card.

Check out http://www.eteknix.com shortly for the full review on this product.

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  • spampie

    all thease 5xxx carsds ur getin atm damm gona be able to open a small 5 series card store lol

  • aruffell

    spampie;9834 wrote: all thease 5xxx carsds ur getin atm damm gona be able to open a small 5 series card store lol

    Next up is a 5850 Black Edition and then waiting on my 5970 muhahahaha.So far in front of me i have:Ati Radeon 5750 1GBXFX Radeon 5750 1 GBXFX Radeon 5770 1GBXFX Radeon 5850 Black Edition 1GBAsus Radeon 5670 1GBATI Radeon 5670 512MBAndy

  • Mpeck

    Yeh true, you do seem to have gone ATI Based DX11 graphics card mad mate lol

  • aruffell

    gamesaregood;9837 wrote: Yeh true, you do seem to have gone ATI Based DX11 graphics card mad mate lol

    You calling me bias? I guess i am as nVidia haven't actually released a card since September 2009? lolWas actually talking to BFG today about how crap nVidia are being :DAndy

  • Mlong128ir

    I don't blame you, and Nvidia's latest press releases have mostly been defending themselves or slinging insults with other companies. Acting pretty smug about their next cards doesn't help them any. The least they could do is release the models they're going to launch with, and the pricing structure, even if it's not final.

  • Xantor

    Mlong128ir;9839 wrote: I don't blame you, and Nvidia's latest press releases have mostly been defending themselves or slinging insults with other companies. Acting pretty smug about their next cards doesn't help them any. The least they could do is release the models they're going to launch with, and the pricing structure, even if it's not final.

    Nvidia usually lay low with new releases as far as I remember. That's just how they roll lol


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