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HIS Radeon HD 4350 DirectX 10.1 H435H512PP 512MB 64-Bit DDR2 PCI Low Profile Ready Video Card

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  • 512MB 64-Bit DDR2
  • Core Clock 600 MHz
  • 1 x DVI
  • 80 Stream Processors
  • PCI

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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 2 years
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 2 years
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  • Andrew K.
  • 5/3/2010 10:30:15 AM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

2 out of 5 eggsNot working as a replacement for on board video.

Pros: The packaging and form of the card is nice. The card stays cool. During test it worked great as a secondary card.

Cons: Did not work right with my HP s7520n or Dell Optiplex gx260. The system's BIOS wouldn't let this card be set as primary. Also the heat-sink takes up more then one slot (not an issue for me). I was able to get it to run in windows as a secondary card and was very disappointed in its performance. Quake 3 benchmarks were 52.8 fps compared to 79.8 fps from the stock xpress 200.

Other Thoughts: HIS support was a huge headache. This card isn't listed in their list of card so I submitted my request as a similar card and noted the proper model. Response time was long in my opinion (24 hours or more). I exchanged 9 messages with support and kept getting questions about settings in windows even though my issue was that the card wasn't POSTing.

Manufacturer Response:

Dear Andrew,

Thank you for your comments on our services. However, we have check with KOG, there is your product in the list, which under "PCI Edition". Please understand that we have different sections, and we need to highlight on special edition.

Those product listed in KOG will be the same as we listed in website. Therefore we would suggest you try that again to register your product so we could provide you technical support on it.

Moreover, please understand that there are time different between our technical support team with North America regions. Our team would try our best to solve your problems. Thank you for your comments on our website, and we would try our best to improve it.

We are sorry for any inconveniences it cased.

I hope the information will be useful to you. Please feel free to contact us again if you have further questions.
Again, thank you for your interest and support to HIS products.

Warm Regards,
HIS Marketing

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  • 10/8/2009 1:55:56 PM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

2 out of 5 eggsNo video acceleration

Pros: Silent operation and enables gaming provided resolution and quality aren't highly elevated. Onboard eight-channel HD sound.

Cons: Expensive and accelerates neither SD nor HD video, in both XP and Vista. In fact, video playback in Vista, PowerDVD, TMT 3, and WMP displays a blank green screen.

In Vista, driver BSODs on bootup if onboard "Intel Extreme" graphics hardware is not disabled.

Other Thoughts: ATI says their driver will not accelerate video over PCI bus, and advised me to use a PCIe version. But where does that leave the millions of machines, especially Dells, that lack PCIe or AGP slots?

Those seeking video playback on such machines can instead use nVidia-based PCI cards like the Sparkle 8400GS sold here.

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