Reviews and Problems with VisionTek Radeon HD 5450
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A great way to improve office computer functionality
Julia and Erik, Amazon
2 weeks ago
Summary: Installed into Julia's Dell Inspirion 3000 series i3847. Went in without a hitch. Make sure to follow all procedures for installing a new video card; unplug, power off. Had some trouble with it during setup, sometimes it wanted to us the integrated GPU, sometimes it tried to switch to this.
Summary: Did not work. Talked with Tech Support and followed all instructions, tech support is not friendly. Connections were made wrong, did not fit DVI connector. Worst purchase I ever made. Wasted my money.
Summary: Four strikes, your out. I will not buy these again. These cards are junk. I have purchased three in the past and all of them have had the tiny screws break off. The adapter is too heavy for these screws. Performance is good if you can manage to keep the cables attached. Buy a better product.
Summary: Better than onboard video, but not great performance. After a week we replaced this with a GEFORCE that better suits our needs. Live and learn.This VisionTek adapter will go in our spare parts kit for now. No issues with install or config.
Great 2560 x 1440 DisplayPort low power business card
16 June 2015
Summary: Loved it. Needed a low power non-gaming card (for an old box with a 250w PS) that had a DisplayPort output capable of 2560 x 1440. This one fit the bill and worked perfectly. Has no problems playing video either. A bit expensive for such an old card, but I needed the DisplayPort, and this had it.
Summary: I've fought with this card for months now. I run three identical monitors on it, but every time I reboot it's a coin toss as to whether or not the card will recognize all of the (identical!) monitors.