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Pros: Form factor is superior. Comes with OS (we blow it away and install Linux, but many people still use Windows and it's included). Processor is solid, speedy, and comes with all the VPro goodies for serious business applications (remote boot, etc). We buy dozens of these for embedded deployments and love them. We did a "bake off" at a neutral location to compare solutions with our primary competitor and found they selected this form factor of HP too! Totally independently, two competitors based their product on this platform.

Cons: No room for a video card. Wouldn't use for video games.

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Pros: Form factor is superior. Comes with OS (we blow it away and install Linux, but many people still use Windows and it's included). Processor is solid, speedy, and comes with all the VPro goodies for serious business applications (remote boot, etc). We buy dozens of these for embedded deployments and love them. We did a "bake off" at a neutral location to compare solutions with our primary competitor and found they selected this form factor of HP too! Totally independently, two competitors based their product on this platform.

Cons: No room for a video card. Wouldn't use for video games.

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HIS H545H1GD1 Radeon HD 5450 Silence 1GB 64-bit DDR3 PCI Express x1 Low Profile Video Card with Eyefinity
  • neweggOwned For: more than 1 year

Pros: Reliable on multiple operating systems and hypervisors without an additional driver. Low power consumption. No fan. PCIe x1.

Cons: Not a high-end gaming card.

Other Thoughts: I run a lab at a major tech firm and am frequently asked to bring up prototype or unusual computers. If the built-in video doesn't come up, this is the card I reach for. It works on numerous operating systems, and many of the systems I deal with don't have PCIe x16 (or even x4) available. Stick this into the PCIe x1 slot and magic happens. Once you get video working, it becomes much easier to diagnose and fix the problems preventing the system's on-board video from working.

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Display Name: Scott T.

Date Joined: 11/01/06

  • Reviews: 5
  • Helpfulness: 4
  • First Review: 11/07/06
  • Last Review: 11/28/16
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