Reviews and Problems with Asus EAH4350 SILENT/DI/512MD2
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Check the dimensions first to see if the heatsink will fit your build
Captain Practical, Amazon
4 July 2010
Summary: I'm sure the card would have worked well as the other reviews indicate. Unfortunately for me it was a bad fit for my motherboard and case. Notice that since it's designed to be low-profile the heatsink is placed very close to where it will go into the PCI-E slot, and sticks out pretty far in the back. This meant that once inserted into my motherboard the card's heatsink sat flush right over my southbridge heatsink, so that they were actually touching.
Silent, cheap, beware HDMI audio popping sounds (but can be fixed)
Robert Bresalier, Amazon
17 June 2010
Summary: Pros: Low cost, silent, has HDMI output. Cons: Headache to update the driver from the version on the CD to the latest version from website. I suggest that you do not install the driver from the CD and directly use the latest driver from ATI's website. When upgrading the driver, there can be many install issues (install doesn't run, you need to update .net distributions, etc). Other thoughts: I was having issues with popping sounds coming out of the HDMI audio.