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ATI Radeon HD 4350


$60.00 Released October, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Very little to the setup, doesn't need an independent power cable run. Dual HDMI enables separate signals to a home theater as well as TV display. Low profile design leaves room for air flow in the case, can work with low profile cases.

The Cons:Can't handle higher resolutions without a serious reduction in framerate. Serious gamers will be disappointed at the frame rate and detail possible.

The ATI Radeon HD 4350, the sole model in the HD 4300 series, is a lower-end graphics card, offering performance above that of integrated graphics, but not aimed at hardcore gamers. The 256MB HD 4350 clocks in at 600 MHz and supports DirectX 10.1.

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It also features ATI CrossFireX technology for multi-GPU scalability. The GPU supports HDMI and DisplayPort outputs, enabling full HD video and gaming on 1080p displays. PowerPlay technology aims to reduce power consumption, which never rises above 25 W, using performance-on-demand technologies and central thermal management

Features

  • 256 MB memory
  • 242 million transistors (55nm process)
  • 80 stream processors
  • 600MHz clock speed
  • Advanced multi-sample anti-aliasing
  • DirectX 10.1
  • PCI Express 2.0
  • OpenGL 3.1
  • Avivo HD
  • ATI CrossFireX multi-GPU support
  • ATI PowerPlay power management
  • DisplayPlay/HDMI support

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Pros
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    very little to the setup, doesn't need an independent power cable run

  • 1

    dual HDMI enables separate signals to a home theater as well as TV display

  • 1

    low profile design leaves room for air flow in the case, can work with low profile cases

  • 1

    noise free - no fan cooling at all, just heat sink

  • 1

    works with drivers that come with Windows, updates automatically

Cons
  • 3

    can't handle higher resolutions without a serious reduction in framerate

  • 3

    serious gamers will be disappointed at the frame rate and detail possible

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