Summary: I got this card to replace the broken video card in my brother's PC. It had a failed fan and cooked. Ouch. With this ASUS AMD Radeon Silent series the risk of fan failure on the video card is eliminated and the system is even more quiet. For his use this card has more than enough power.
Summary: I was looking for a HD HDMI video card (with surround sound) that would work with an old computer/bios. While doing some research and reading many online accounts, I saw that many cards that are PCIe 2.0 or 2.1 would not work with with motherboards that were PCIe 1.0...
Summary: First: I'm not a gamer. I don't care about getting 1000 frames per second in Gears of War volume 45. I've been using a 6 year old Dell Optiplex GX280 as a sort of "extented Roku box" in the living room.
Summary: The reasoning behind this card only gaining 3 stars is baffling. Just because this isn't a 64 bit or 128 bit doesn't mean this card isn't good! For any computer running with a 32 bit architecture, this card fits!
Summary: The price is low, but this card only has a 32-bit memory bus and will be quite a bit slower than other HD6450's. I recommend spending a few more dollars and getting a model with 64-bit or 128-bit memory bus.
Summary: Runs games on medium settings at a steady 30fps. I also use a two screen setup so it's pretty ideal for the price. I would recommend for those who aren't extreme gamers but would still like multiple screen setup and decent graphics.
Summary: I have this in my Fujitsu SFF Home Theatre PC connected via HDMI to my flat screen TV. Copes admirably with general PC, iPlayer type uses. Fanless, low profile with low profile brackets included. Completely silent.