Reviews and Problems with Asus EAH6450 SILENT/DI/1GD3(LP)
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18 January 2015
Summary: The card appears to be working fine and fits into a low profile PC after changing the bracket. One detail about this card is that the DVI output is only DVI-D (dual, digital only, white plastic in the housing) and does not carry the analog (and digital) signals that are carried with the DVI-I format...
Installed Radeon 6450 low profile video card in an Acer VX480G Slim ITX case
William Bibbings, Amazon
10 April 2014
Summary: It worked okay, but the heatsink got really hot. I installed a fan that blows right on it. Now it stays cool. Improvement over the original internal graphics. I had to butcher the side of my case to install the fan .
Standard flv/mp4 viewing is not better than my ATI X1300.
James Bond, Amazon
16 August 2013
Summary: Technical Review: I bought this HD6450 for my small form factor (SFF) Dell Optiplex 745. You will need a plier or a socket screw driver, and an eye glass size flat screw driver to refit the smaller bracket for SFF pc.
Summary: So this seems to be a good card, but just a word of advice, I'm returning mine for one reason. The images clearly show a DVI-I connection which will handle both digital and analog signals, when it arrived, the card actually has a DVI-D connection, which is digital only and requires an expensive...
Summary: If you are looking for something silent for home theater PC and you won't use it for gaming then this is your card, It's cheap, quite and have HDMI output, If you are looking for entry level graphics card for a home PC where you or your kids might play any games then get something else, because this...
Summary: In short, my old Geforce 9500GT had overheating issues, an unreliable fan, and one of those awful heatsinks capped by a plastic dust cover, so I thought this would be a good replacement for a PC used for browsing and some gaming. It does okay for the money and watts.