The HD 5670 is best suited for people who are interested in gaming at medium detail at 1680 x 1050 in newer games or older games at the same resolution, but with more detail. It would suit people who play Source based games like Portal, Counter Strike Source and more.
While the AXLE HD 5670 is a nice version of the model, it's nothing we haven't really seen before. If you're wanting to save a few dollars compared to the HD 5750, but at the same time need some more power than the HD 5570, it's a great option.
People on older 4:3 monitors with 1280 x 1024 resolution or those on newer monitors of 1680 x 1050 and like to have the odd game will find the value in the product. Unlike the HD 5570, you can easily game on this model.
If you don't mind the dual slot design, this is a nice little HD 5670 that cools well and runs quiet. If you can afford something faster, the HD 5750 is a nice little upgrade, but if you're only wanting to spend around that $110 mark, this is a great option.