The Sapphire HD 4670 has two things going for it that the stock model does not, it uses GDDR4 and a third party cooler.  It sports DVI and VGA ports, as well as an HDMI connector as one of the chief uses of this card would be to power a 1080p HTPC.  The extra power this card has compared to the base model does make it very viable for a gaming machine, just look at the benchmarks Modders-Inc saw in their review.

“Sapphire has re-released their popular 4670 card but this time they strayed from the reference card by ATI. A new cooler, GDDDR4 Memory and faster clock speeds help take this card to the next level, but is it really an improvement over the later card?”

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