Asus Radeon HD 4350 256MB (Low & Standard Profile) Graphics Card £20.85 @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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IMPORTANT: You have to click on '5 New from £19.92' as there are several Amazon market place sellers also selling this but this is for the Amazon deal which is cheaper as it has free postage.
Usually dispatched within 2 - 5 weeks

Note: This is labelled as a low profile card but the Asus description implies that it works with both formats which was confirmed by a post below; thanks to armyofme.

Product Description: ASUS EAH4350 SILENT/DI/256MD2(LP)
Connectors: DVI-I, VGA, HDMI (HDCP Compliant)
Enclosure Type: Plug-in card - low profile
Interface Type: PCI Express 2.0 x16
Graphics Processor / Vendor: ATI Radeon HD 4350
Clock Speed: 600 MHz
API Supported: OpenGL, DirectX 10.1
Video Memory Installed ( Max ): 256 MB - DDR2 SDRAM
Video Output: 2048 x 1536
HDCP compatible: Yes
Manufacturer Warranty: 3 years warranty
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#1
See Asus’s website for more details. (link amended as it wasn't working).

Connectors:
DVI-I
VGA
HDMI (Native)

HDCP Compliant
#2
Amazon says Usually dispatched within 2 to 5 weeks
#3
Have u got direct link?
#4
ro888
Have u got direct link?

Try this - http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B002V1FQSW/sr=1-4/qid=1264251053/ref=olp_product_details?ie=UTF8&me=&qid=1264251053&sr=1-4&seller=
Click on 5 New from £19.92 and then select Amazon.
#5
It says 6 POUNDS delivery?
#6
ro888
It says 6 POUNDS delivery?

You have to click on '5 New from £19.92' and you have the option to choose Amazon.

[SIZE="3"][COLOR="Red"]Note: This is not a deal for Amazon Market Place.[/COLOR][/SIZE]
#7
EdwardtheLocal
Amazon says Usually dispatched within 2 to 5 weeks

Thanks, I'll update the deal.
#8
I'm pretty sure this card works in a non-low profile system too. I bought one similar and it comes with two plates one for low profile and one for regular so you can adapt it to your system.
#9
This makes a great cheap second card for use with SoftTH to make a triple screen setup. This is what I've got and the fact it is low profile is really helpful if you don't have much space for a second card,

http://www.kegetys.net/SoftTH/
#10
armyofme
I'm pretty sure this card works in a non-low profile system too. I bought one similar and it comes with two plates one for low profile and one for regular so you can adapt it to your system.

Thanks for confirming that as I had already updated the deal as Asus state that it comes with a low profile bracket which suggested dual capability.
#11
Why not buy the 512MB version for 4 POUNDS extra, lol
#12
nick_sub
This makes a great cheap second card for use with SoftTH to make a triple screen setup. This is what I've got and the fact it is low profile is really helpful if you don't have much space for a second card,

http://www.kegetys.net/SoftTH/


Sorry to say but that just looks old and stupid. Surely a bigger screen would be better:whistling:
#13
Big screens are so cheap now that yes, you've got a point. Also, geting the config right is a bit of a black art. But I use it for race sims and it's awesome for that, and you would never get a screen as with such a wide aspect ratio.
#14
666FU
Sorry to say but that just looks old and stupid. Surely a bigger screen would be better:whistling:

Or use it with 3 big screens; you'd need a very large desk though. :thinking:
#15
Here's my setup, 3x19" screens: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XQUaIFC3afc
#16
ro888
Why not buy the 512MB version for 4 POUNDS extra, lol


Because there's no benefit?
#17
EndlessWaves
Because there's no benefit?

Agreed, better off spending £29.28 on the Gigabyte HD 4550 512MB if you want a bit more oomph.
This is not really worth buying for gaming at all but more for a HTPC or for that fact that it has a decent complement of outputs and is passively cooled.
#18
Does this have an HDMI output socket?
#19
mccririck
Does this have an HDMI output socket?

Yes, DVI / HDMI / D-SUB.
#20
nick_sub
Here's my setup, 3x19" screens: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XQUaIFC3afc



Nice :thumbsup:
#21
nick_sub
Here's my setup, 3x19" screens: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XQUaIFC3afc


I like that... A lot.
#22
nick_sub
Here's my setup, 3x19" screens: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XQUaIFC3afc


I wasn't expecting to be impressed, but that looks like an awesome gaming setup.

I haven't been into gaming for years, since I wasted too much of my life on consoles as a student. But maybe its time I neglected my Job and Family ;-)
#23
Is this really despatched in 2 to 5 weeks ?
Seems like an eternity to me.
#24
mines say delivery between 12th and 25th February! in no rush so hope this eventually comes but im doubting it will
#25
is it true you cant get sound out of the hdmi ports on pcs?
banned#26
this is a good card, works well with windows 7 and has great HD playback
#27
DE4L3R
is it true you cant get sound out of the hdmi ports on pcs?

The ATI cards from HD 2400 onwards have an audio chip on-board so you automatically get audio over HDMI.
#28
666FU
Sorry to say but that just looks old and stupid. Surely a bigger screen would be better:whistling:

Actually having a bigger screen isn't always better: I got a 22/23" screen (full HD) in work (was actaully CHEAPER than the 19" monitors we usually order) - thought I'd keep a few things open, split as left & middle thirds for what I'm working on, then a couple of things open (sharing the right third) to monitor. Issue is that I can't get it to gel - maximise takes the whole screen, some programs (i.e. Citrix) whinge about it exceeding the (administrator imposed) max resolution, etc. Have tried a program (WinSplit?) to help. but it didn't do what I wanted (split the display into 3 destops).

In short, for gaming, DVDs & viewing maps, etc., the larger screen wins, but for work, I'd love to try two 17" (pref. 4:3, not 16:10 or 16:9).
#29
can someone tell me what power supply i would need to run this? will it work with a 255w
banned#30
punji
can someone tell me what power supply i would need to run this? will it work with a 255w


I have a 350w power supply and the 512 version works great on it.
#31
bykergrove
I have a 350w power supply and the 512 version works great on it.


do you think its worth getting this 256 one then?



Im running a quadcore q8400 4gb ram, 1tb hdd, 256 inbuilt intel graphics card, but with a crappy 255w psu, i dont know why 'zoostorm' put it in there, but anyway, i need a better graphics card without changing the psu
#33
punji
Im running a quadcore q8400 4gb ram, 1tb hdd, 256 inbuilt intel graphics card, but with a crappy 255w psu, i dont know why 'zoostorm' put it in there, but anyway, i need a better graphics card without changing the psu

This will consume very little so you should be fine provided your P/S can actually deliver what it is rated at.
#34
Would this be suitable for microsoft flight simulator X gold edition?
Thanks in advance Andy :)
#35
I bought an Asus Radeon 4850 about a year ago and it failed under warranty. eBuyer can't source another to replace it so I have a budget of £90 to replace it. What is the best value gaming card available now for that sort of money?
#36
motley
I bought an Asus Radeon 4850 about a year ago and it failed under warranty. eBuyer can't source another to replace it so I have a budget of £90 to replace it. What is the best value gaming card available now for that sort of money?

Does it have to be from Ebuyer?
#37
DE4L3R
is it true you cant get sound out of the hdmi ports on pcs?


It depends on whether they support it but it will certainly be true for any HDMI and DVI (with the appropriate adapter) ports on this card.

punji
can someone tell me what power supply i would need to run this? will it work with a 255w


It'll work in any PC unless you've already added several extra components.

motley
I bought an Asus Radeon 4850 about a year ago and it failed under warranty. eBuyer can't source another to replace it so I have a budget of £90 to replace it. What is the best value gaming card available now for that sort of money?


It's actually the 4850 (or GTS 250), although as nVidia is about to launch their next generation graphics cards in a month or so that'll probably change fairly soon.
#38
punji
can someone tell me what power supply i would need to run this? will it work with a 255w


I remember hearing the 4350 consumes approx 10watts when under low load, not sure about full load but unless your setup is particularly power hungry you may be ok.. I have a Dell C521 with an AMD X2 Athlon 3600+ and a ATI 4550 running off 280watt PSU with no problems.
#39
For £2.76 more, you can get the same card delivered much sooner from Ebuyer http://www.ebuyer.com/product/176818.
Sorry have to vote cold.
#40
Agharta
Agreed, better off spending £29.28 on the Gigabyte HD 4550 512MB if you want a bit more oomph.
This is not really worth buying for gaming at all but more for a HTPC or for that fact that it has a decent complement of outputs and is passively cooled.


but that card is not Low Profile... the other 2 are..

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