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Sapphire Radeon HD 6450 625MHZ 1GB 1334MHZ DDR3 PCI-E DVI-D HDMI VGA Fanless Video Card

Sapphire Radeon HD 6450 625MHZ 1GB 1334MHZ DDR3 PCI-E DVI-D HDMI VGA Fanless Video Card (SAPPHIRE: 11190-02-20G)
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Sapphire Radeon HD 6450 625MHZ 1GB 1334MHZ DDR3 PCI-E DVI-D HDMI VGA Fanless Video Card
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Rating: 8.57/10
With 7 User Reviews

Review Date: 11/08/13
Cons: Not fit for games but it's for HTPC

Pros: Easy to install, no 6pin power needed, HDMI port
I bought to upgrade from a Radeon HD4350 and there is a noticeable difference in performance. The 4350 was ported to an hdmi adapter which worked al-right but I needed more power to run the video on the HTPC so this 6450 does well and I don't have to worry about the handling of any files as long as I have the codex.

Review Date: 09/10/13
Cons: This is a budget card for a budget build. Don't expect amazing results.

Pros: Nice and cheap.
I needed a very basic card, only because my motherboard did not have a video output port built-in. So I grabbed one of these. I'm not a gamer and I don't edit videos, so I wasn't going to pay hundreds for a wicked graphics card. My basic requirement was (1) play Youtube videos; (2) watch an occasional movie. That's all. Now this card DOES do that but it lags slightly when it comes to very high HD quality Youtube videos. 720p movies work fine, but I'd imagine 1080p ones might be problematic, although I haven't tried them yet. Also, the fact that I'm using Windows 8 could be an issue. Maybe a lighter system would do better. Still, I mostly use this computer for work so it's not a big deal for me. I may have to upgrade somewhere down the road. If gaming or high quality video matter to you, this may not be the card for you. But if you're just going to surf the web, use e-mail, and use office software, this budget card is just what you need.

Review Date: 09/06/13
Cons: 1080p video stuttering a tad

Pros: Cheap, quiet, low profile
Bought as a temporary card after my 8800gt finally died. Paired with my C2D 6750 (2.6ghz), I loaded up World of Warcraft. Expected it to be unplayable, but to my surprise in 1680x1050, with "good" settings (water turned to low) it's doing 25-30fps in Orgrimmar. Handles Minecraft no problem.Temp is 55C in game, I may stick a small fan on the card if it gets too hot but so far it doesn't look like it will need it.Overall satisfied since I paid only $40 and I'm getting $10 back from the rebate. If you need a card in a pinch, this will do the job.

Review Date: 05/09/13
Cons: none

Pros: Cheap, dual monitors
durability is the only concern as with all video cards. Have never dealt with sapphire, so i can't say about customer support. These two things are usually the most important part of buying a video card.Does its job and does it cheap. If you dont need more than 2 monitors (eyefinity) you shouldn't have to pay more than $50. We've had people order $100+ cards with eyefinity but only use 2 monitors, complete waste. Get something like this or the 5450 instead!

Review Date: 06/22/11
Cons: Doesn't support dual VGA displays (must use one DVI and one VGA or one HDMI connector).Poor 3D performance.

Pros: Silent.HDMI connector with audio support.Fairly cheap.1GB RAM -- more than enough for this type of card.
I bought this for a budget card for a new system build. I wanted a card that provided adequate video playback capabilities, and the ability to connect to an HDTV. This card offers that. It's also silent, and comes in at a very reasonable price.I haven't tested 3D acceleration extensively, but if that is a priority, this card will likely be disappointing on that front.One issue that I had was that I had to connect two legacy VGA displays, but the DVI connector on this card is DVI-D only -- so you can't adapt it to output a VGA signal. Given the rarity of VGA-only displays these days, however, that's not likely to be an issue for most users, but do be aware of that if you want to connect two older displays.If you want to connect a VGA, DVI, and HDMI display simultaneously, be aware that you will need to switch between two of them at a time. For my purposes that is acceptable, and you can simply use Windows 7's "Windows+P" shortcut to do so.

Review Date: 05/24/11
Cons: none

Pros: Silent...good quantity of RAMCheap price
Was looking for a cheap and silent video card for a budget build...Work pretty good for the priceDidn't try to see if could run 2 screens but for the price i don't really care.Again, it's perfect for a budget build

Review Date: 05/15/11
Cons: - None really

Pros: - Silent (obviously since it is fanless)- Low power consumption
I was looking for a cheap and silent card to replace my aging HD 3650 and got this card pricematched. It is a nice performance boost over the HD3650 and it was pretty much one of the only good fanless cards I could find. Of course, it doesn't perform that well compared to the other cards currently out there, but if you are looking for a video card for HTPC, this is definitely what you need.
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