Reviews and Problems with Asus EAH4350 SILENT/DI/512MD2
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27 July 2010
Summary: I was looking for a video card which would work for Linux. The card EAH4350 SILENT is fully functional. The only problem is that the enormous heat sink covers up a regular PCI slot (in addition to the PCIexpress where the card is plugged in).
Good card for HTPC, don't expect too much out of it though
J "reader sometimes", Amazon
25 July 2010
Summary: System setup: AMD single core 2.19 GHZ 2 Gig of ram used for HTPC. Olivia 720P hdtv 37" Originally, I had a 256 MB card with a traditional fan. Worked OK until I tried streaming Netflix and playing HD content off a camcorder. I thought a new video card would fix this.
Summary: My previous card stopped working. After a tiny bit of research on cards that would work in my computer, I selected this one. I'm not a gamer. I do basic computing. I chose this card because of the HDMI, AVI, & VGA outputs. Plus -- no whining fan on the video card.
Summary: The overall product satisfaction is 3.5/5. There seem to be a bit of a complication when using the graphic card in a Compaq Presario desktop, no sound is produced from any of the output for audio.
Summary: Great card, does what I expected it. Good for casual gaming. Just played Stranglehold set at my max resolution (1440 x 900) and it was good! However, frame rates did drop a bit during fast-paced scenes. But considering the low price (under $50), this card is a great deal!
Summary: This is one of the oddest experiences I've had. My specs: Windows XP/MCE, Athlon Quad-core, 4Gb RAM (installed), ASUS motherboard. Card is driving a Sony 40" Bravia LCD through VGA (DB15) and 20" HP 2009m monitor, both at 1600/900 60Hz. (Drives both monitors simultaneously with no problem.
Summary: I purchased the ASUS EAH4350 (non-low profile) version of this, which is essentially the same card, except mine comes with a HDMI port. This is an economical choice for a video card for motherboards like mine that do not come with integrated graphics.