Windows 7 Experience:
Windows 7 includes a utility to analyze the performance of key system components, and we will look at the gaming graphics and desktop graphics scores, as they are the only ones that should change from one graphics card to the next. Higher is better for these values, and the highest possible score is 7.9.
Windows 7 has some sort of beef with the HD5750, as I don't know why it would score a 6.0 while the HD5670 scores a respectable 7.0.
Crysis (DirectX 10):
A DirectX 10 benchmark used in conjunction with the 3D game Crysis was executed with a resolution of 1680x1050, 8x Anti-Aliasing, in 64-Bit mode, and with settings on high. Results are provided in terms of a minimum, maximum, and average frame rate value, and higher is better for each.
What we see is that at these "elevated" settings, the HD5670 won't provide the most enjoyable experience in this game. As we keep rolling through our standard tests, it should be obvious that this card is not for serious video game players.