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Sapphire 11160-01-20R HD3450 AGP Graphics Card (512MB, 64-bit DDR2, Shader Model 4.1)


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  • 64-bit DDR2 memory interface
  • Microsoft DirectX 10.1 support
  • Shader Model 4.1
  • 32-bit floating point texture filtering

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  • Boxed-product Weight: 454 g
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  • Item model number: 11160-01-20R
  • ASIN: B002SV3D5I
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 14 Nov 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)

Product Description

Product Description

Sapphire Radeon HD 3450 512MB AGP VGA/DVI/HDMI Graphics Card - RoHS

Manufacturer's Description

The Sapphire HD 3450 AGP brings the features of the highly acclaimed HD 3000 series to the users of older PC systems with the AGP graphics bus. In addition to dramatically increased graphics performance, this means support for all the latest generation of games with DirectX 10.1 and the ability to smoothly play HD and Blu-Ray DVD’s with the built-in hardware UVD decoder. It also allows users to accelerate tasks such as video transcoding (converting video formats to play on portable devices) and other new applications supporting AMD Stream technology.

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By matt-ashwood on 31 Oct 2011
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I bought this card to replace an old nvidia card. Simply slot the card in the agp slot, connect the 4 Pin power connector and reboot. I am currently running Windows 7 Ultimate and had to install the drivers off the driver disk that comes with the card as Windows 7 only sees the card as a "Generic VGA card". Once the drivers and software are installed, I recommend that you run the Ati update manager and you will find a Windows 7 hot-fix update. Download and install this and your card will be fully compatible with Windows 7.
At the moment I am using this card for graphic design work (Photoshop, InDesign) and some light gaming (FS2004, COD4) so far I can say it works great (scored a 4.1 for Windows Aero and an awesome 5.9 for the 3D gaming graphics performance). Before you buy check that you can run this card as it needs a minimum power supply of 300W to work, you get a 4 Pin cable with the card as well.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A. J. Trickett on 4 July 2010
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I bought this card to replace an old nvida FX5200 card on my desktop PC. Most modern cards are PCIe bus and often equipped with fan (making them noisy). I wanted a passively cooled AGP card that was modern enough for OpenGL use, cheap and still had full vendor driver support.

I put this card in, rebooted and removed all the nvidia drivers. I then installed the open-source radeon and radeonhd drivers and started X. The card works perfectly well under Linux 2.6.32 with the radeon 6.13 and radeonhd 3.0 drivers. OpenGL was not usable. I then installed the AMD/ATI proprietary drivers 10.5, and restarted X. OpenGL performance is VERY good, much better than the older nvidia driver, and all the fancy eye-candy in KDE4 works very well.

This week I upgraded to the later fglrx 10.6 driver and KDE had problems. The new 2D acceleration is buggy and needed disabling before KDE would work perfectly.

This is a good card, it's cheap, has no fans, and is plenty fast enough to breath life into an old PC. The AMD/ATI drivers are notoriously buggy, so only upgrade with caution and keep and eye on the forums. It is good enough for basic 3D games and 3D Linux desktops such as KDE4, I can't comment on how useful it is for advanced games or other operating systems.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Maciej Zagozda on 7 Jun 2010
If you're still running ancient AGP system, which you still prefer to use, this seems like the best solution to support latest AVIVO (hardware accelerated movie decoding, etc.), run quietly and not blowing your budget.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Wayne M. Hamilton on 27 April 2010
Bought this to give an old system a new start in life as a media pc for my daughter.
Does the job brilliantly and quietly which is just as important.
Don't buy it to play games on an old AGP system. It is not powerful enough for that purpose.
But as a HTPC it is oerfect!
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The Sapphire 11160-01-20R HD3450 AGP Graphics Card (512MB, 64-bit DDR) is old technology but is a brilliant upgrade for an AGP Motherboard. It is passively cooled (no fan) so is silent. It is relatively inexpensive - what more could one ask?
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