Your PC is now more visual than ever with the DIAMOND AMD Radeon HD 6450 video card. This entry-level graphics card delivers basic performance to deal with your daily entertainment and work needs. Low power consumption and fan-less design make it great for HTPC where quiet operation and lower power consumption matter. Comprehensive connector configuration allows easy connection to single or multiple displays. Together with an array of advanced technologies, the DIAMOND Radeon HD 6450 is great addition to your computer with the noticeable boost in your web surfing, video/photo editing and even Windows 7 operation.
Runs too hot to be useful
Pros: Seems to work, inexpensive, quiet. Wanted something that would do basics, and would not die because the fan went bad (too many previous graphics card have done that)
Cons: Runs way too hot - bumped up temperature on MB from low 50's to high 60's (C).
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Pros: excellent silent card for htpc use
Cons: card is advertized as 128 bit but received a 64 bit.
Other Thoughts: I feel Newegg needs to remove the 128 bit in it's card description. It's true that when you visit Diamond web site, it states that the HD6450 is 128 bit. however, other manufactures do advertize correctly as a 64 bit.
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Pros: it's a cheap card to x-fire with the new apu's.
Cons: it's 64-bit, as anyone who looks at the pictures will realize. Don't waste your money if you think you're getting the only 128-bit 6450 made.
Other Thoughts: I don't own this, so I can't vouch for the card itself, I was just looking around for a discrete addon to my recently purchased 3850.
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“excellent silent card for htpc use”— MAS 8/2/2011
“Runs way too hot - bumped up temperature on MB from low 50's to high 60's (C).— 1/23/2012
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