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Club3D Radeon HD 5450 512MB DDR2 64-Bit Graphics Card

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Technical Details
BrandCLUB3D
Item Weight168 g
Product Dimensions16.7 x 5.7 x 1.8 cm
Item model numberCGAX-5452PLI
SeriesCGA-5452PLI
ColorBlack, Red
Form FactorLP/ATX
Processor Speed650 MHz
Processor Count1
Hard Drive Size512 MB
Graphics CoprocessorRadeon HD5450
Graphics Card DescriptionRADEON HD 5450 512MB DDR2 64-Bit
Graphics RAM TypeVRAM
Graphics Card InterfacePCI
Number of HDMI Ports1
Number of VGA Ports1
Wattage350 watts
Operating SystemMicrosoft Windows XP 32/64-Bit, Microsoft Windows Vista 32/64-Bit, Microsoft Windows 7 32/64-Bit
  
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ASINB004SN9786
Best Sellers Rank 130,195 in Computers (See top 100)
Shipping Weight281 g
Date First Available2 Jan. 2012
  
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RADEON HD 5450 512MB DDR2 64-Bit

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1x RADEON HD 5450 512MB DDR2 64-Bit



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This rarity, a fast PCI graphics card that is not PCI-express, works beautifully in my old Dell Dimension 3100 desk-top computer with its PCI 2.3 slots. Best of all it has HDMI (with embedded audio), VGA and DVI display connections, and can even be fitted in a half-height chassis. The supplied CD and software all works as advertised. And with no fan it is quiet. However I found some difficulty in simply following the instructions! So this is how I ended up getting it to work.

I kept the old motherboard graphics alive and talking to a monitor, and borrowed a second monitor to plug in to the new Radeon HD5450. This was because although the BIOS message and initial Windows prompt appeared on the new card outputs, thereafter it was black, clearly there was a Windows issue. Using both monitors enabled me to discover that it was essential to use the long PCI slot nearest the edge of the motherboard, the one furthest from the VGA, the one already occupied by a dial-up modem. It now doesn't contain a redundant dial-up modem card.

The card does not get hot, in fact with the side of the case open and no air flow from the main fan it is still only running slightly warm even when playing a film on full HD 1920x1080p, so maybe only two to five Watts. Its maximum output on the HDMI 1.4a is 4096x3112, and that being six times the pixel clock speed might well use a lot of power, but such an exotic display is very rare! Also the heat-sink is quite small which helps me believe the rated maximum power of twenty Watts, so I'm not worried about needing a massive PSU to be able to use it; this Dell has a 230 Watt supply and (when I was measuring it) only peaks at 130 Watts from the mains in intensive use.

The card states that the slot requirement is PCI 2.2 or up to PCI 3.0.
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I did struggle a little to get my Dell GX520 to recognise this card, but it seemed to be more about the BIOS settings than the card itself. The final solution was to have 2 monitors attached until the card had been fully set up, and then it could be used on it's own. Card has worked well subsequently.
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I have an old SFF Dell Optiplex GX 270 , Pentium iV based , running at 2.8 GHz. The system has one AGP and one PCI slot available. I was on a search for a card (primarily on AGP slot) to transform this system on a HTPC with no success. The only products available were asome HD3450 AGP low profile with power requirements which exceed this SFF PS , and old GPU design. I was ready to purchase a traditional GS 8400 PCI version when i first saw that Club3d had a HD5450 version available as a PCI edition.
I bought it from Amazon, with a small delay regarding the delivery due to Post, i finally got it and put it on work. Until now i am impressed of the result. I have installed a compact version of Windows XP, mediaportal, streamedmp skin, a wireless mouse with more than 8 metres range and here it is: A wonderful HTPC that can play EVERYTHING with CPU utilization between 3 and 35%. I can play anything, the system is responsive immediately and quiet because the low utilization which keeps Pentium iv thermal throttle down...

I totally recommend this card for anyone who has a similar situation like mine.
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I was given an old P4 PC, and ordered this card so my Son could play minecraft. Works pretty well considering it's on a PCI bus. I have a score of 9000 3D Marks on 3dMark 2001 (with a bit of tweaking on the Catalyst Control Centre.) and minecraft runs pretty well.
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