Reviews and Problems with Asus EAH5450 SILENT/DI/1GD3
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For the price you cant really complain
25 February 2014
Summary: Works well, has some great software for tweaking settings that cost a lot more with some other cards. Same great Asus quality, lower price than some similar 1GB cards. Probably not the best choice for intense gaming however.
Summary: I bought this Video card for a HTPC, silent and output was great for what i needed. Worked flawlessly for 3 years of pretty much constant use and then started glitching. Not bad for $40. I just purchased the same one for a replacement.
Summary: I got this to use in a compact desktop that is used as a basic media center using a HD TV. Space inside the computer case is limited as is the power supply. Windows 7 recognized the card and automatically loaded the driver. It made a noticable improvement over the on board graphics.
Summary: I just purchased this HD5450 video card I took it rite out of the box installed it in second's. The software was so simple. Video card performs really well so far. For the price I can't complain. Fits my budget.
Summary: I needed a quiet video card for a pc that is in my recording studio. This card is very Quiet.... No problem to install and set up on Windows 8. I have never been wild about ATI video drivers and AMD hasn't made much of an improvement.
Summary: I bought this card few months ago for 35 free S/H and it is still performing well. It does run a bit hot when watching video because there is no fan. Besides that, solid card for streaming. 3 years warranty with Asus, can't go wrong.
Summary: I paid $35 for it and it works great as a replacement for the stock integrated card. This card will start to be old soon and if this was another 3-6 months from now I would have looked for something else. It plays what I need it to perfectly.
Summary: pretty good graphics card for the price, but that said. "fanless" ha, more like fan dependent or im gonna smoke up on ya. this card most definitely requires some type of fan blowing air to it's heat sink. or it's gonna get really hot, and maybe a bit toasty. i reference this as a warning.
Summary: Needed a better video card than the default Video that came with the Dell Optiplex 745 Small Form Factor PC. The card needed to be not only half height capable but also be thin for side clearance. It also had to run with a sub 300 Watt power supply.