Radeon HD 6670 DDR3

I was just wondering what kind of fps this card would give me on LoL and Dota, these games are entry level. I would play on medium or high and have a 1600x900 resolution 22". My CPU is an i3-3220 ivy bridge

League of Legends Recommended System Requirements:
* 3 GHz processor
* 2 GB of RAM (Windows Vista and 7 users should use 4 GB of RAM or more.)
* 6 GB available hard disk space
* GeForce 8800 or equivalent video card (Dedicated GPU with 512MB+ Video Memory(VRAM))
Support for DirectX v9.0c or better.
* Windows XP with the latest service pack installed, Windows Vista with the latest service pack installed, or Windows 7 (As stated above: Mac OS and Linux are currently not supported.)
*The latest update to .NET Framework from Microsoft
* Recommended GPU GeForce 8800

Dota 2 Recommended System Requirements:
* OS: Windows® 7 / Vista / Vista64 / XP
* Processor: Intel core 2 duo 2.4GHz
* Memory: 1 GB for XP / 2GB for Vista
* Graphics: DirectX 9 compatible video card with Shader model 3.0. NVidia 7600, ATI X1600 or better
* Hard Drive: At least 2.5 GB of free space
* Sound: DirectX 9.0c compatible sound card
* Recommended GPU Radeon HD 7750
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  1. Don't know exactly but it's roughly the equivalent of an 8800 so you'd be fine in those games at medium-high settings.
  2. Best answer
    I had a 6670 last year and I was able to run both games on there highest settings at 1920x1080 both LoL and dota 2 aren't very demanding so it should be completely fine. From what I can recall I was able to run league of legends at a constant 60 with v-sync turned on and i'm not too sure on my dota settings but it was definitely playable.
  3. Thanks guys, would you say 4gb RAM would be ample for these games?
  4. Yup 4GB is fine for those unless you've got tons of crap running in the background.
  5. One last question, my motherboard has 2.0x16 express slots and this GPU has a 2.1x16 express. Would this still work? (Motherboard - & GPU -
  6. Yup PCI-e is all backwards and forwards compatible with pretty much no performance impact.
  7. On a side note, how would HD 4000 graphics hold up? (I'm talking about the new i3-3225 btw)
  8. Best answer selected by navluap.
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