SXPS 16 :: Is RADEON® HD 3670, Outdated ?

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  1. URPradhan

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    Hi Friends

    I was just configuring SXPS 16 but confused with the graphics options. There are 2 option to choose eith 512 MB RADEON® HD 3670, or 1 GB RADEON™ HD 4670.

    Then I searched for the HD 3670, and its not in main stream of ATI's production (http://www.amd.com/uk/products/note...ility-hd-3000/Pages/ati-mobility-hd-3000.aspx) and in mobility section also conflicts with the memory size ( http://products.amd.com/en-us/MobilityGPUResult.aspx )

    How this can be possible ? is the card really out dated ???

    Thank you
     
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    no its not. you find Catalyst drivers on both dell.com or ati.com.

    about games with 3670, i recorded a little crysis-video..........played in High settings + 1280x800.....overall, games works better with new A10 BIOS :)

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fRrvBTEZAIk
    (quite bad camera, so the quality is so so)
     
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    I do not have concern about driver of 3670.

    What I was thinking that, if the card is not listed in mainstream cards of ATI, then it must be outdated h/w, not current hot topic hardware :eek:
     
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    Where did you get the Bios A10? I only have the Bios A08!
     
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    If you got the money, I can only recommend you the 4670. A great card.
     
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    What do you mean by "outdated".

    If you mean "end of life" or not produced any more: I don't know if it is outdated.
    If you just compare it with the 4670: yes you could consider it as being outdated. The 4670 is newer, more powerful, has UVD2, better AA performance,...
     
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