Reviews and Problems with VisionTek Radeon HD 6450
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I see comments that indicate a 300W should be fine. Since Im not a PC expert
5 January 2015
Summary: Didn't load when I put into my HP510e desktop...couldn't even get my display to work to try to figure out why..... The box indicated that a 300W Power Supply was needed, however, when you read the online manual, it says it requires a 500W. I see comments that indicate a 300W should be fine. Since Im not a PC expert, I have no idea why it didn't work, but since I saw the discrepancy on the wattage I sent it back. Might be a great product, just didn't work for me.
Summary: Bought this graphics card to upgrade Dell computer from XP to Windows 7. Card worked in XP and works well in Windows 7. It's faster than the original card and installed easily with no problems.
Summary: This graphics card was purchased to replace a failing AMD Radeon HD6450 in a 2011 Dell XPS 8300. After several exasperating attempts at installation which only produced a blank screen, this item was returned. Taking NADA99's advice (thank you!), I replaced this with the NVIDIA GeForce GT630 which, to my great relief, installed perfectly and easily on first try. Methinks this product arrived DOA due to poor packaging.
Summary: Ok I got this to work in conjunction(crossfire) with my AMD A4 Radeon. I actually lost a point in windows areo rating from 5.6 to 4.7 but it does not seem to matter. I am able to put games in super high resolutions. This setup does pretty good considering I didn't spend very much on any of it.