AMD Radeon 6570 512MB Graphics Card Review

/ 7 years ago


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I’m going to start things off on a bad note, as you may or may not know, we took a look at the AMD Radeon 6450 not so long ago, and it was great for the general usage tasks and HTPC purposes but it didn’t really get our blood pumping, but it was never really set out to do that in the first place.

Today we are looking at another similar card, but with a slight bit more power, but still not enough to excite us massively. Now we love looking at the latest, fastest components that only a handful of people can afford, and because we get to have a play with it, we tend to forget the bigger picture and the mass audience that is the mainstream market.

After this realisation, we felt it were necessary to show you the potential performance for the slightly faster Radeon 6570, though you will see straight away that it seems AMD have gone back in time on this one. Can you spot what we’re talking about?


  • 650 MHz engine clock
  • 512MB-2GB DDR3 or 512MB-1GB GDDR5 memory
  • 900 MHz (DDR3) or 1000 MHz (GDDR5) memory clock (1.8 Gbps DDR3 or 4.0 Gbps GDDR5)
  • 28.8 GB/s (DDR3) or 64 GB/s (GDDR5) memory bandwidth
  • 624 GFLOPS Single Precision compute power
  • TeraScale 2 Unified Processing Architecture
  • 480 Stream Processing Units
  • 24 Texture Units
  • 32 Z/Stencil ROP Units
  • 8 Color ROP Units

[*]128-bit DDR3/GDDR5 memory interface
[*]PCI Express 2.1 x16 bus interface
[*]DirectX® 11 support

  • OpenGL 4.1 support
  • Image quality enhancement technology
  • Up to 24x multi-sample and super-sample anti-aliasing modes
  • Adaptive anti-aliasing
  • Morphological anti-aliasing (MLAA)
  • 16x angle independent anisotropic texture filtering
  • 128-bit floating point HDR rendering

[/list][*]AMD Eyefinity multi-display technology1

  • Native support for up to 4 simultaneous displays
  • Independent resolutions, refresh rates, color controls, and video overlays
  • Display grouping
  • Combine multiple displays to behave like a single large display

[/list][*]AMD App Acceleration2

  • UVD 3 dedicated video playback accelerator
  • MPEG-4 AVC/H.264
  • VC-1
  • MPEG-2 (SD & HD)
  • Multi-View Codec (MVC)
  • MPEG-4 part 2 (DivX, xVid)
  • Adobe Flash

[*]Enhanced video quality features

  • Advanced post-processing and scaling
  • Dynamic contrast enhancement and color correction
  • Brighter whites processing (blue stretch)
  • Independent video gamma control
  • Dynamic video range control

[*]Dual-stream HD (1080p) playback support
[*]DXVA 1.0 & 2.0 support
[/list][*]AMD HD3D technology4

  • Stereoscopic 3D display/glasses support
  • Blu-ray 3D support
  • Stereoscopic 3D gaming
  • 3rd party Stereoscopic 3D middleware software support

[*]AMD CrossFireX™ multi-GPU technology5

  • Dual GPU scaling

[*]Cutting-edge integrated display support

  • DisplayPort 1.2
  • Max resolution: 3840×2400
  • Multi-Stream Transport
  • 21.6 Gbps bandwidth
  • High bit-rate audio

[*]HDMI 1.4a with Stereoscopic 3D Frame Packing Format, Deep Color, xvYCC wide gamut support, and high bit-rate audio

  • Max resolution: 1920×1200

[*]Dual-link DVI with HDCP

  • Max resolution: 2560×1600


  • Max resolution: 2048×1536

[/list][*]Integrated HD audio controller

  • Output protected high bit rate 7.1 channel surround sound over HDMI or DisplayPort with no additional cables required
  • Supports AC-3, AAC, Dolby TrueHD and DTS Master Audio formats

[*]AMD PowerPlay™ power management technology3

  • Dynamic power management with low power idle state

[*]AMD Catalyst™ software and HD video configuration software

  • Unified graphics display drivers
  • Certified for Windows 7, Windows Vista, and Windows XP

[*]AMD Catalyst™ Control Center

  • Software application and user interface for setup, configuration, and accessing special features of AMD Radeon products



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One Response to “AMD Radeon 6570 512MB Graphics Card Review”
  1. jtheater says:

    Looks a little blah.

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