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Xfx Radeon Hd 4350 Hd-435x-znh2 Video Card

Xfx Radeon Hd 4350 Hd-435x-znh2 Video Card
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Price: $49.99 In stock
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Chipset Manufacturer: ATI Core Clock: 600MHz Stream Processors: 80 Stream Processing Units Effective Memory Clock: 800MHz DirectX: DirectX 10.1 OpenGL: OpenGL 3.2 HDMI: 1 x HDMI D-SUB: 1 x D-SUB
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freddie uy says...

The card is worth the money. Great for those whom leave the computer system on 24 7 watching tv and stuff. It does play a few games but dont expect top notch gaming from it. However this card continues to impress me. make sure you call in the exact model you want for svideo out. will fit low profile (smaller) computers easily

Courtney Bode says...

I got this to bump my onboard graphics. As recommended it matched up flawlessly. Great video quality. Very Very good gaming. It plays some supposedly nvidia compatable only games perfectly The audio quality of my system jumped up ten fold with no speaker upgrades. the HD sound Rocks

Alex Knight says...

My system is small so I needed a small card this baby is a gem it even has auto tune up.

Jake Campbell says...

Sound card built into the motherboard died and I upgraded to this card. Works great and does what it's supposed to. Worth the $10

Cathsel Matt says...

My system had fits with this card. My index score went from 4.0 with a (256mb card) to 3.8 with the new(512mb card). went to ati website to download new drivers and The catalyst 11.1 version crashed my sytem got blue screen and memory dump.used the driver on the cd that came with the card and had better success. eventually I reinstalled old 256mb card and drivers and everthing is fine again

Michelle Robins says...

Just got this card today and so far so good. Replaced an EVGA GeForce8400 256mb that died...noisy fan on that unit, might get warranty on it. Bumped Windows Experience from 3.2 to 4.2 (The GeForce only bumped it to 3.4). Easy install. Silent. Works with my current power supply. I don't do heavy gaming so can't speak to that. An unexpected surprise is that now my built in TV tuner (random no-name card included on a Gateway GM5442) works for more than 5 min without dieing. Evidently there were driver conflicts with the tuner and both my on-board video and the nVidia GeForce card. We'll see how a fanless GPU holds up, but with XFX lifetime warranty and priced at about $40 it seemed worth a gamble.

Stephany Jane Laurente says...

i love this card. i ordered it form TD and i came in 2 days! this card is really nice. I replace an old nvidia geforce 7600 GS OC. Bought this card so i could play Medal of Honor Airborne with all high settings, and because i wanted to be able to play Call of Duty 5. Ill mention that as soon as i buy the game. but ya for pricewise this card cant be beat. (sure crysis is nice, but i wan to keep my home if u know what i mean. overall an amazing card(really small). I reccomend this to anyone who needs a new graphics card.

Aldo Cuizon says...

I've owned this card for about a week now, and it works just fine. Only problem was with the CD drivers. For some reason they would not load from the CD, but no problem as I just got the updated drivers from the AND/ATI website. I am using this with an Acer X1200 slim-type computer, and it fits perfectly, runs a little warm (but, so does the computer itself), but not a huge problem. I would recommend this card for light gaming and just an improvement over onboard graphics. Good value, and they delivered it within 3 days.

arvin angeles says...

Using it in a video server running a projector. Was not really worried about speed, but power supply load was an issue, as the machine is left on all the time. When i booted up a game that I would assume load it down, was suprized the frame rate even on higher resolutions than this test would normaly use (1024x768 vs 1280x720). 1080p streaming video ran great as well. And since I dont need HDMI, this card is the perfect solution for solving the GPU to wattage to price problem.

r murphy says...

So far I have had this card for 1 month and have had no trouble with it. Works great on my online games with barely no lag and good refresh rate. Installed fast and with no trouble. Didn't use the included CD, instead I downloaded the drivers from xfx website. If you are looking for a budget price card for your machine that doesn't take much power supply usage then this is your pick.

Dean Mandile says...

I do not know how this card is handled by other OSes, but linux drivers for this card are poorly supported, as of Ubuntu release 9.04. I cannot use this card for the sole purpose it was purchased for: watching 1080p video. The drivers ATI put out can't play video or get the resolution correct. Using free drivers, I can play up to 720p but I cannot use hardware acceleration.

Hottie Naughty says...

I bought this simply for adding a second monitor to a system and for forty bucks: WOW! Who can complain? The displays are brighter and crisper than ever. I can't attest to gaming with this card, but I can for daily use, drawing, crunching video seems fine, no complaints here at all. Get your self one; You won't be sorry!!!

sheed villanueva says...

Unfortunately ATI drivers for ubuntu are not very good. video was super flickery and blue tinted. 3d effects were okay, but nothing to brag about. I managed to get things to work pretty well after installing latest drivers manually, but that is no simple thing - simpler just to go with an Nvidia card

Amanda Voyta says...

obviously its a good price for a graphics card but you get what you pay for. vga and s-video share one video channel so you'd need a dvi-vga adapter to run a clone to the tv. also card couldn't handle streaming mlb.tv on the highest quality which is not at all impressive. other than that fine card

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