I saw some specs earlier this month listing it at 400 stream processors/128bit/GDDR5.I'd like to see what the 5670 brings to the table. It could be anywhere from 320-480 SP's I'm thinking with hopefully 128 bit GDDR5, but it could end up being 320 SP's with 64 bit GDDR5 and be no faster then the 4670.
http://www.techpowerup.com/109618/ATI_Radeon_HD_5670_Pictured_Detailed_and_Tested.htmlthe low clocks and just 8 ROPs might explain some of it but I would have expected it to be a bit faster myself.
It's a Dell Dimension E521, 305-watt power supply, which makes me doubt it could sustain a GeForce 9800 GT. My concern with the MSI N240GT OC is the double-slot cooler: I'm not sure that will fit.At 1280x1024 the gf's new low-profile 9600GT can play the latest games including Dragon Age and Modern Warfare 2 at max settings. A 9800GT shouldn't have any issues with 1280x720 (390,000 fewer pixels to render) at any detail settings.
What's the model of the Dell you want to put it in? Contrary to the old days, many modern Dells actually have quite capable power supplies in them.
I understand your quandary since I was trying to upgrade a C521 (only half-height single slot cards would work).It's a Dell Dimension E521, 305-watt power supply, which makes me doubt it could sustain a GeForce 9800 GT. My concern with the MSI N240GT OC is the double-slot cooler: I'm not sure that will fit.
Most of the reviews show even overclocked GT 240s beating almost every comparable video card in the low-power contest.
Edited: it looks like it will depend on whether the GT 240's cooler can stay clear of the chipset heatsinks on the motherboard.
Newegg photos show two versions of the card. Both have double-slot high coolers, but one has a single-slot bracket. The other (which is what I've mostly seen in reviews) has a dual-slot bracket. If I get a dual-slot bracket, there's no way the card will fit. Ugh.
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