Reviews and Problems with Sapphire FLEX HD6450 1GB DDR3
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Least expensive 3-display Eyefinity option available.
SC IT Guy, Amazon
13 January 2016
Summary: The Sapphire Flex AMD Radeon HD 6450 isn't a beast when it comes to performance (do not get this for gaming, you'll be pretty disappointed), but for adding a third monitor, this is the least expensive Eyefinity option you're going to get, and in that niche, it's a great option.
Summary: After nearly two weeks of battle with Debian/Ubuntu Linux to install proprietary drivers of an AMD ATI V5700 Firepro workstation graphic card, I settled for this cheap graphic card. All I cared was to have 3 extended monitors and I could not get it working with the Firepro card.
Summary: This is my current graphics card. I do not have huge demands for video, but I like multiple displays. I run three monitors on my desktop and another monitor out to my projector/AV Receiver. This card handles it all just fine.
Summary: Works perfect, I was able to set it up to use 3 screens! 1 DVI monitor, 1 VGA monitor, and my HDMI TV! Easy setup as well. Just make sure you update the drivers from AMD. It's a slim card as well which is exactly what I needed!
Excerpt: Worked just fine to support 3 monitors for a Windows 7 workstation. Currently using connections on all 3 video ports at the same time with no special video cables needed. Easy install. Does take up two slots worth of space.
Everything was as expected. Able to connect 2 dvi ...
25 October 2015
Summary: Everything was as expected. Able to connect 2 dvi 23" LED monitor and one hdmi 24" LED monitor. SLS all the way. Saw consistent performance across all three monitors. I also connected 1 hdmi, 1 dvi and vga monitor (with adapter). No issues.
Summary: I really needed to run three monitors at work. I am generally using 12-15 programs at the same time, so more screen real estate was a must! My workstation is a Dell Optiplex 7010, i5-3570, 4GB RAM, and a 500GB HDD.