The Radeon HD6670 Ultimate performs well for an entry-level card and will bring users into AMD's latest chipset without requiring any power from the PSU. Though this is achieved with a passive cool system, the card still remains stable under the pressure of even the most demanding titles, and is silent while doing so. Even without a shroud, Sapphire hasn't abandoned all hopes of attractiveness, as the black-finished fins and art print won't bring down the appeal of a windowed case. Though at the time of publication we don't have an MSRP, Ultimate versions in the past tend to be priced about ten or so dollars above reference design, so we are expecting about the same with the HD6670. When you consider the extra value of a full HDMI cable and a copy of DiRT3, the Radeon HD6670 Ultimate has the potential to be an amazing value. If nothing else you have a full featured card that will let you jump right in without having to worry about buying a HDMI cable or even a game to get you started. Even better is the fact that you will be able to do all of that in silence.