Reviews and Problems with Sapphire FLEX HD6450 1GB DDR3
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It runs games at low settings pretty well, at medium settings a little choppy
4 July 2014
Summary: It runs games at low settings pretty well, at medium settings a little choppy, and really choppy on high settings. I wouldn't dare try ultra settings (obviously lol), but I was expecting it to handle medium setting with flying colors as I've had a card prior to this with slightly higher specifications run high settings beautifully. It's an okay card, it's just not what I expected.
Summary: This is being used in a business environment to drive three 1080p monitors. The first card I received had a DVI port that cut out intermittently, so one star was knocked off. The replacement has been working without issue for 2 months. This is not a gamers' card (it's hardly better than current Intel onboard video), but it works very well in its role feeding a triple monitor setup.
Perfect solution for using three monitors out of the box
nohinjon "Jon", Amazon
11 February 2014
Summary: I purchased this adapter when I chose to upgrade from a dual display to a triple. This card powered all three as soon as the drivers were installed without an issue. I don't need the Eyefinity option since it's mainly used for extended desktops. As a web developer - this really helped productivity.
Summary: I have being using it for about 1 month now. Won't give it 5 star since there's once where after I shut down my PC the video won't come back on. Unplug and replug monitor seems to have mitigated it, I don't know the real cause.
Summary: This graphics card is a huge improvement over the integrated graphics chip set in my Dell computer. It is very fast, very high definition (1900 x 900 pixels) and takes a big load off the main processor and its RAM. It improved the graphics and speed of 3 different monitors that I connected to it, two of which only had VGA inputs. The monitor with the DVI/HDMI input really looks fantastic.
Summary: Sapphire Radeon HD 6450 1 GB DDR3 HDMI/DVI-D/VGA PCI-Express Graphics Card 100322LSapphire Radeon HD 6450 1 GB DDR3 HDMI/DVI-D/VGA PCI-Express Graphics Card 100322LPut this in a 2010 Hp slimline 4 core w/Athlon Phenom IIx4 that had Nvidea 6450se on board graphic chip with only 1 VGA output. I'm not a major gamer I have PS3 on a big screen Plasma to to that.
Summary: I have an HP Pavilion Slimline s5107c, and I only had a fine selection of cards that could actually fit into my machine. Well, for the price and the output of this little powerhouse, it was a great deal! I can play Half Life 2 at 1360x768 res with max settings without too much of a hiccup. Other newer games like Mirror's Edge need a little bit of tweaking, but still looks great!