VTX3D Radeon HD6770 & HD6670 Streamer Edition Review

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VTX3D are a relative newcomer to the graphics sector, although we have reviewed several of their graphics cards in the past. VTX3D stands for Vertex / 3D and they are the ‘price aggressive’ brand from the TUL Corporation, the parent company of PowerColor.

We are looking at two of their new cards – the HD6770 and a rather special HD6670 Streamer Edition, both firmly aimed at the enthusiast media center audience. The Streamer Edition allows the user to watch, and enjoy digital television broadcast material.

VTX3D HD 6670 1GB GDDR5 【Digital Streamer Edition】

  • Model: VX6670 1GBD5-HV2Q
  • Graphics Engine: RADEON HD 6670
  • Video Memory: 1GB GDDR5
  • Memory Interface: 128bit
  • DirectX® Support: 11
  • Bus Standard: PCI Express 2.1
  • Core Speed: 800MHz
  • Memory Speed: 1000MHz (4.0Gbps)
  • VGA Output: On Board
  • DVI Output: On Board
  • HDMI Support: On Board
  • Minimum System Power Requirement: 400W

VTX3D HD 6770 1GB GDDR5

  • Model: VX6770 1GBD5-H
  • Graphics Engine: RADEON HD 6770
  • Video Memory: 1GB GDDR5
  • Memory Interface: 128bit
  • DirectX Support: 11
  • Bus Standard: PCI Express 2.1
  • Core Speed: 850MHz
  • Memory Speed: 1200MHz(4.8Gbps)
  • VGA Output: On Board
  • DVI Output: On Board
  • HDMI Support: On Board
  • Minimum System Power Requirement: 450W
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  • Paul McGrath
    November 3, 2011
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    Them seem a decent make and if Amazon stock them, their warranty system is excellent regardless of the manufacturer. This is why I order from amazon all the time, no quibble returns if problems occur.

    I would however look at a passive card for a media center, although many of these cards dont generate much noise at all. I read a thread where a guy disabled the fan on his card and underclocked it by 100mhz and it was fine! (6670)

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  • Davy The Dog
    November 3, 2011
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    6670 for a media center would be my first choice. I currently use an nvidia board but its old and about to die. might look at a passive 6670

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  • John F.
    November 4, 2011
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    Id go for a passive solution in this sector.

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    November 7, 2011
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