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hd6570 ggdr3 vs hd4670 gddr 3

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  1. bogo126 New Member

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    Hey Guys,

    Could you tell me which of those graphic card is better in terms of performance:
    1. hd6570 (480 shaders, 1 gb gddr3, 8 rop, 24 TMU, core/mem - 600/900)
    2. hd4670 (320 shaders, 1 gb gddr3, 8 rop, 32 TMU, core/mem - 750/1000)

    Thanks for answers,
    bogo126
  2. Norton

    Norton WCG-TPU Team Captain

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    In terms of raw power they are pretty much the same but the 6570 is two generations newer than the 4670 and uses a little bit less power

    Compare link:
    http://www.gpureview.com/show_cards.php?card1=655&card2=579

    If you're looking to upgrade you will not notice much of a difference between the cards. A 5770/6770/7770 or better would be a worthwhile improvement.
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    As far as I know they are pretty much equal in performance.
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    Even a 7750 would be a big leap forward.
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    It's not that I have hd4670 and want to replace it with hd6570. To be honest, recently I've bought acer aspire 7750G with i3-2350M and hd7670M (480 SP, 1 GB gddr3, 8 rop, 24 TMU, 600/800 - core/mem) and wonder how powerful it is. I know that hd6570 gddr3 is a desktop equivalent of 7670M, but can't find any tests of hd6570 gddr3 (only with gddr5). So I wonder what is other (better) desktop equivalent of 7670M. I've gut feeling that hd4670, hd3850, 9600 GSO, buy I'am not sure. Any help ?
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    It compares it to a 6650M (same chip actually) and it looks like it does pretty good in applications and gaming:

    Links (for reference):
    7670M
    http://www.notebookcheck.net/AMD-Radeon-HD-7670M.69483.0.html
    6650M
    http://www.notebookcheck.net/AMD-Radeon-HD-6650M.43962.0.html
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    Yeah, I know notebookcheck.net, but their data is not very precise and therefore useful. That's why I am looking for desktop equivalent of hd7670M to see "real" tests on the net. I thought of hd5570, but it has fewer shaders (only 400 instead of 480). Maybe hd4670, hd3850, hd5570 or something else ? What's your opinion ?
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  8. bogo126 New Member

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    Ok, I see question is a bit difficult so lets back to the previous question. What is better: hd4670 vs hd6570 gddr3 ? Specifications of both cards are above.
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    Hey,

    Did you forget me and my question ?
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    Bogo, please edit your post if you wish to write a P.S. or P.P.S. and do not double or triple post. And I think it is rude to expect another reply of the same person only a few hours later. Most of us have a life you know, and don't spend their time on TPU all day. :)
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    Norton WCG-TPU Team Captain

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    Best you can do is compare desktop gpu benchmarks against mobile gpu benchmarks and decide if that info is appropriate for your needs. You listed several desktop gpus that you felt may be close in performance.

    I suggest that you start there....
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