Reviews and Problems with Palit Microsystems GeForce GTS 450 (1024MB GDDR5)
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One of the fans was making contact with the card. I had to return it.
ItStartsWithATee "UnattributedAuthor", Amazon
18 April 2012
Summary: I bought this card even though I have no knowledge of the manufacturer. The card is a high quality video card. But the two fans are sandwiched between the card components and the heat sink. There is very little room for error. One of the fans was a bit off balance in its rotation.
Summary: Came earlier than expected. Well packaged and in perfect working order. Needed to buy extra connecter due to power source on computer but easy to install. Very noisy so could do with extra cooler. Excellent value and very pleased with purchase
Summary: I Had A Gaming Computer Made Up By My Dads Friend, Everything Was Great And Quick To Load Up, Till I Started A Game And Struggled To Get Above 20 FPS Even On Lowest Settings. Having A Look At The GPU Installed And Some Research Turns Out It Was A Pretty Low Level Basic Graphics Card - A Small GT 520...
Summary: I looked around for a mid range card that would allow me to run the latest games (Battlefield 3 & Skyrim in my case)and this fitted the bill. The cards installed no problem on my system (win 7, intel core i5 650 3.2GHz) although be aware that you will need at least a 500w power supply and a free 12v...
Summary: this card is amazing. windows experience index for gaming and normal gfx are both 7.1 just a few no. cod4 1080P 230 - 250fps (capped by me)(can run at 250 - 333fps) EDIT: this is on a 1920 - 1080 screen res on the highest settings Mw2 (alteriwnet) 1080P 90 - 125fps EDIT: this is on a 1920 - 1080...
Summary: This is an amazing, low price, good quality buy. For anyone worrying about this running the latest games... Look no further: [...] This was an official review run by nVidia to show the true capabilities of this card when playing Battlefield 3. Mine's in the post... What about yours?
Summary: Card fitted easily into PCI-E slot on Motherboard but does not come with the neccesary power cable. In my case that was a 'Molex to 6 pin' power cable (cost £5 from maplins - cheaper online). I'd never fitted an extra power cable onto a graphics card before.