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7.8 out of 10

MSI R6450-MD1GD3/LP

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so I am therefor satisfied. Also

Edxast, Amazon
4 weeks ago
  • Summary: I have only had it for one day but it does what I need it to do. I have an Dell Optiplex 755 tower that I wanted to upgrade the graphics on. I am only going to use it for light computing and HTPC purposes so the only requirements were that it provide 1080p picture and come with the low profile brackets necessary to fit my computer case. This product works on both fronts, so I am therefore satisfied. Also, it is dead quiet; from 10 feet away I can't hear the fan at all!
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Overall 10
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A very nice cheap upgrade for a older system

Suntop Kinseeker "Somtimes you need to question everything", Amazon
25 February 2015
  • Summary: This card fit perfectly and worked perfectly. HOWEVER word of warning to everyone who buys this for a DELL OPTIPLEX 745. You have to go into the BIOS and go down to VIDEO and change the selection from AUTO to the other option. This way that you can use the video card. AND you must unhook the VGA cable from the VGA Cable on the back of your computer. If you don't it will HALT so be careful when you hook it up. This card allows you to play Blu-Rays and more current games.
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Upgrade to HDMI That Works as Expected

SBTGOG54, Amazon
19 February 2015
  • Summary: Wanted to upgrade an older Windows 7 PC to include HDMI output. Installation & setup was a breeze. The only hitch is when installing a HDMI video card, Windows assumes you no longer need the onboard sound, so it disables it. If you want the onboard sound to work check the web for websites that detail how to enable it. Once I did that, everything worked like a charm. The card is quiet, doesn't seem to put out any undue heat and works quite well.
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Great!

Jason "Jason", Amazon
13 February 2015
  • Summary: I used this to upgrade my Dell Optiplex 745, which came with low grade integrated graphics. Attention! This is NOT a low profile card, but it does come bundled with an LP bracket. So I removed the original bracket (and the VGA port - had to do this) and used the DVI port instead. It comes with DVI-D Dual Link, FYI, and an HDMI port. Now the computer supports the latest Minecraft versions and many other games as well.
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Huge improvement over HP Pavilion Slimline on board graphics

Legin11, Amazon
4 February 2015
  • Summary: This card is a huge improvement over the on board graphics in my wife's HP Pavilion Slimline. She mainly uses the computer for Sims and can now play seamlessly in high settings. Installation was fairly easy. I had to remove the dial-up modem (don't think she'll miss it) to fit the VGA connector but this card included the correct brackets to make it fit. Fan is quiet, no noticeable difference. Based on price ($39.99) and performance, this card is well worth it.
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Awesome. Runs cool

Joe rak, Amazon
4 February 2015
  • Summary: Awesome. Runs cool, and comes with software to overclock it, so I did, and it still runs relatively cool. Great for the price. For those of you who say the cord isn't long enough to fit into two slots are putting it in wrong. Flip it around... put the cards in the opposite places you are now. It is easier to see what I'm talking about if you install the two plates first, then try to fit in the card... there is a way to do it, promise... you're configuring it wrong.
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Kicckk Buttttt Graphics card for an aging pc.

I LOVE MUSIC, Amazon
13 December 2014
  • Summary: I have a Dell OptiPlex GX620 small form factor/slim line pc. I have 4gigs of ram, Vista pro 64 bit, Pentium 4 HT 3.4ghz processor, a Samsung Blu Ray drive, and a 260 watt power supply unit (more than plenty). Using HDMI I have my HTPC connected to my 50 inch Samsung Plasma 1080p tv in the bedroom via a midsize Sony receiver. I use a Logitech MK550 wireless key/mouse combo, and the Logitech F710 wireless gamepad. I have a steam account with many games.
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Great Buy!

Kiera Kittie, Amazon
9 December 2014
  • Summary: I use this on my Refurbished, Dell Optiplex 760 Compact tower, with it's whooping 220 watt power supply. NO ISSUES. I play games like World of Warcraft on HIGH settings and keep a good 30 FPS, I tone it down when in raids but have never had an issue, it's very quiet to me and I'm loving it! It plays Arch Age on lower/med settings, and League of Legends on HIGH. Lets see, Hearthstone is on Max and.. well. Over all, this is a great buy at a great price! So happy I got it!
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Decent card for an Excellent price!

Jose Bordetas, Amazon
20 November 2014
  • Summary: This little card got me out of a jam quickly and efficiently. Had an old 4 core desktop lying around, nice box with 16GB ram and a decent 128GB SSD. Decided it would be a great computer for our guest room so that when my step son came to stay over he would be able to surf the web, play some light games and youtube. Problem is that the card I had was an older Radeon with only DVI out and the TV in this room only has HDMI. So got video but no audio.
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Gave the card a test by running my favorite PC game Starcraft II and I went from being ...

Alain, Amazon
1 November 2014
  • Summary: Bought this for my HP Compaq DC5800 Small Form Factor PC so that I could connect it to my HDTV since my monitor for it stopped functioning properly. It was a fight just to get in place, but even then it was not completely in and slanted. I guess it is because the case of my DC5800 is too small. So I had to take off a panel on its side because it was sticking out. I had to tape the panel to the PC to cover the insides of the PC.
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