well what 4670 you comparing it to? my HDfactory overclocked IceQ 1gig or a 1/2gig non factory OC card? Card i originanly posted was as close to mine as i could find though their search, and come to find out i couldnt find my exact one cuz the ones i have are currently out of stock
and im running 2x of the 4670's in crossfire, not a single card, which makes a huge difference
here i went back to my order history with newegg and found the exact card i have
Newegg.com - HIS H467QR1GH Radeon HD 4670 1GB 128-bit DDR3 PCI Express 2.0 x16 HDCP Ready CrossFireX Support Video Card
heres my actual card i have (one i posted b4 was as close as i could get to mine cuz i coulndt find mine on new egg originally cuz it was evidentally out of stock) so i went through my purchase history and found mine
also, i dont go by benchmarks or stats, i go by proven performance.
if i went and bought stuff for my 71 charger drag car, my late model dirt track car, or my 91 turbo/alcohol injected dodge r/t, based on what people told me the parts can do, id have a heap of **** and spent way more money than i should have.
something can say somthing can do this and that and is benchmarked at a certain thing, but what can it exactly do for the applications im using it for?
me and my brother play rift together, he gets 28fps at full ultra and i get 40-45 at same settings. sooo the benchmark means nothing to me because obviously my 130$ graphics setups is running the game smoother than his 300+$ even tho the "benchmark" says otherwise.
i go off what things can actually do, not what somthing says they can do.
if u look at all the most recent feedback on that card, everyone can run skyrim on ultra settings, with a single card, and im running duals...so yeah, its not made up / bs /etc
edit: also yur benchmarks are for single cards, not my 4670's running in crossfire for 130$ for the pair vs a single gtx570 for $300+
just noticed that; cuz i can ran crysis2 at 71fps with my cards (when i had crysis b4 i got new harddrive)