The VTX3D HD6670 arrives in a small box with an image of the old ATI mascot Ruby on the front.
There is really no bundle to mention, just a software disc and a quick installation guide. We always advise getting the latest drivers from AMD’s website.
The VTX3D card is very colourful, with a bright red plastic cooler on top and a reassuringly big fan in the middle.
The card doesn’t require any auxiliary power connectors as it draws all the power it needs from the PCI Express slot on the motherboard. There are three display outputs on the back; VGA, DVI and DisplayPort which can all be used simultaneously for Eyefinity setups.
The cooler is aluminum based with two small rows of fins on either side of the block.
GPU-Z gives us an overview of the 40 nm ‘Caicos’ HD 6670 which has a core clock of 800 MHz and the GDDR5 at 1000 MHz (4000 MHz effective) across a 64-bit memory interface.