Reviews and Problems with PowerColor Radeon HD 5450
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Gets the job done
2 days ago
Summary: You get what you pay for. I have an 8 year old machine that needed upgrading so I could play LoL. This card gets the job done and even lets me play at medium settings. Well worth it in my book.
Summary: I bought two of these for my kids' computers. Both are four year old Dell's running Kubuntu Linux. The kids are playing lots of games and movies. The cards are functioning great and well worth the price.
Summary: I recently purchased this card to replace one that suffered from a surge during a lightning storm. At around 50% off retail, the price couldn't be beat. I have some experience in installing computer hardware, so I wasn't really concerned with any difficulties in installation or set up. That being said, this one went smooth as glass, no problems whatsoever and my display is better than ever. Great card for a great price. Couldn't be happier!
Summary: I was told it was a low end gfx card, and it said it was small but it was NOT. Its HUGE, so now it is collecting dust in its box because I can't use it. Because of the morons on Amazon here that don't know how to describe the product correctly.
Summary: I found a Lenovo Think Centre pc at a thrift shop for $10. Popped it open to examine the innards and it actually looked pretty clean...no signs of abuse. The tag said "AS IS - WON"T START", but I figured, for ten clams, it might be worth a look. Turns out it started just fine. But it had a password protected copy of XP and you couldn't get passed the login screen. No problem.
Summary: Aside from the passive cooling system this video is a fine replacement for its predecessor. Easy to install and the software though not absolutely necessary adds value to the package. Excellent price.