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Asus Radeon HD 4350 Silent W/LP 512MB Graphics Card £24.95 delivered @ Amazon

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Asus Radeon HD 4350 Silent W/LP 512MB Graphics Card £24.95 delivered @ Amazon Asus EAH4350 SILENT/DI/512MD2 (Low Profile) Graphics Card Radeon HD 4350 512MB PCi-E DVI-I HDMI VGA Product Descrip… Read More
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Asus Radeon HD 4350 Silent W/LP 512MB Graphics Card £24.95 delivered @ Amazon

Asus EAH4350 SILENT/DI/512MD2 (Low Profile) Graphics Card Radeon HD 4350 512MB PCi-E DVI-I HDMI VGA

Product Description: ASUS EAH4350 SILENT/DI/512MD2(LP) - graphics adapter - Radeon HD 4350 - 512 MB
Device Type: Graphics adapter
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 2.0, DirectX 10.1
Video Memory Installed ( Max ): 512 MB - DDR2 SDRAM
Video Output: 2560 x 1600
Max Resolution Details: DVI: 2560 x 1600 / VGA: 2048 x 1536
HDCP compatible: Yes
Microsoft Certification: Compatible with Windows 7
Manufacturer Warranty: 3 years warranty
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#1
I currently have a ATI X1300Pro on my Dell Vostro 200. Bought a Nvidia 8600GTS but the noise coming from the fan was annoying.

Would this card be faster than the 8600GTS or X1300Pro? If not, whats the best card I can get that would work without additional power and has passive cooling? Dells PSU is rated as 300w but I reckon its closer to 400w really.
#2
Sorry, can't answer your comparison question, but for a fiver more, they have a Gigabyte 4550 [also passive cooling] http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASIN/B001NFPXG2/ref=ox_ya_os_product which would be a better buy IMHO, so long as your PC can accomodate a full height card.

Has HDMI too if that matters...
#3
Faythur
Sorry, can't answer your comparison question, but for a fiver more, they have a Gigabyte 4550 [also passive cooling] http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASIN/B001NFPXG2/ref=ox_ya_os_product which would be a better buy IMHO, so long as your PC can accomodate a full height card.


Thanks for that!

Will look to see if this is better or at least comparable to the 8600GTS and must be better than the x1300Pro :thumbsup:
#4
Toybhoy
I currently have a ATI X1300Pro on my Dell Vostro 200. Bought a Nvidia 8600GTS but the noise coming from the fan was annoying.

Would this card be faster than the 8600GTS or X1300Pro? If not, whats the best card I can get that would work without additional power and has passive cooling? Dells PSU is rated as 300w but I reckon its closer to 400w really.


I have the same X1300Pro on my dell dimension, but I have no problems with noise from the fan... I am tempted by this for 2 reasons, 1) it is the low profile that I need, and 2) it has HDMI out so it will link straight into my Samsung T240HD monitor...

Very Tempting...
#5
got two of these on back order from a previous HUKD deal

i needed the low profile for my dell optiplex gx620

paid 20.95 each so this deal is £4 more

opps just checked mine are 256mb these are 512
#6
Just done some research.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Sapphire-HD4670-512MB-Ultimate-Graphics/dp/B001PA6WEM/ref=sr_1_13?ie=UTF8&s=electronics&qid=1264763269&sr=1-13

The above seems to be the best passive cooling card without additonal power needs for a Vostro 200. This will be what am buying!
#7
Toybhoy
Just done some research.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Sapphire-HD4670-512MB-Ultimate-Graphics/dp/B001PA6WEM/ref=sr_1_13?ie=UTF8&s=electronics&qid=1264763269&sr=1-13

The above seems to be the best passive cooling card without additonal power needs for a Vostro 200. This will be what am buying!


That's nice, but it's nearly 3x the cost of this.....
#8
Been using these at work and they work well and you can't go wrong at that price. You won't get to end gaming but you do get a lot of your money here.

Great for running dual monitor setups.
#9
So that everyone doesn't have to ask "is this better than my XXXXXXXXX card?"

http://www.videocardbenchmark.net/gpu_list.php
#10
Toybhoy
Just done some research.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Sapphire-HD4670-512MB-Ultimate-Graphics/dp/B001PA6WEM/ref=sr_1_13?ie=UTF8&s=electronics&qid=1264763269&sr=1-13

The above seems to be the best passive cooling card without additonal power needs for a Vostro 200. This will be what am buying!


It does say on the Sapphire site that it requires at least a 400w PSU though.
banned#11
Thanks OP!

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#12
The 5450 cards are out next week, there are already a couple on eBay.
#13
gstok
That's nice, but it's nearly 3x the cost of this.....


Yup! I wasnt posting a deal or anything. Infact I was merely pointing out my own needs and was asking for advice.

In the end, I researched and found the answer to my own question.
#14
Can anyone tell me if there's much difference between this and the integrated 4200? Is it worth the upgrade at this price?
1 Like #15
if you already have the integrated 4200 (as do i in mymedia pc) i think you need to think about what you need it for.

if its to play games, i would go for something better - 4850 minimum
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if its to use as a media centre/surfing the web etc then i would suggest you wont notice much difference as the 4200+ is already able to decode blu-ray etc via hardware, and its a not too shabby general purpose gpu (i can play outrun coast to coast with my system) .
using on board is much better energy effiency wise (and therefore cost)

the 4350 is a stronger card than the 4200 however i would say that its not that much of a jump, If the 4200 cant do what you want to do with it, i suggest the 4350 would also struggle.
#16
bigmike20vt
if you already have the integrated 4200 (as do i in mymedia pc) i think you need to think about what you need it for.

if its to play games, i would go for something better - 4850 minimum
,
if its to use as a media centre/surfing the web etc then i would suggest you wont notice much difference as the 4200+ is already able to decode blu-ray etc via hardware, and its a not too shabby general purpose gpu (i can play outrun coast to coast with my system) .
using on board is much better energy effiency wise (and therefore cost)

the 4350 is a stronger card than the 4200 however i would say that its not that much of a jump, If the 4200 cant do what you want to do with it, i suggest the 4350 would also struggle.


I'll probably pass then! Thanks for that.
#17
Toybhoy;7689879
I currently have a ATI X1300Pro on my Dell Vostro 200. Bought a Nvidia 8600GTS but the noise coming from the fan was annoying.


A little off topic, but I completed my first build last night with a new ATI 5850 and I am astonished by how quiet it is for such a high spec card.

The X1600 in my laptop sounds like a hurricane by comparison.
#18
montyburns56
It does say on the Sapphire site that it requires at least a 400w PSU though.


They always err on the side of caution because of poor quality PSUs (of which there are quite a lot available unfortunately) and the fact that the headline figure is the overall wattage rather than how much power is on each line as different PSUs of the same rating will have different amounts of power available for different power draws, a 400W PSU can provide anything from 200W to 400W to the CPU and Graphics Card.

Personally I think this is a cold deal, for the sort of uses you're going to use a 4350 for (multiple monitors, VC1/h.264/MPEG4 video decoding, etc.) the 256mb version posted a few days ago is just as good and cheaper.
#19
EndlessWaves

Personally I think this is a cold deal, for the sort of uses you're going to use a 4350 for (multiple monitors, VC1/h.264/MPEG4 video decoding, etc.) the 256mb version posted a few days ago is just as good and cheaper.


The waiting time for 256mb is upto 5 weeks where as this one comes within 7 days. its £26 del for the 256mb from ebuyer so this is a bargain in my eyes.
#20
friendsofderek
Been using these at work and they work well and you can't go wrong at that price. You won't get to end gaming but you do get a lot of your money here.

Great for running dual monitor setups.


I bought this PC recently http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/595171/acer-aspire-x3300-4gb-500gb-vista-h

Was gutted to find out I couldn't dual monitor without spending £55 on an HDMI to VGA converter because there was only a one DVI and one HDMI output. This card would have been ideal in the system. Would consider breaking the machine open and voiding the warranty to put this in.

I take the 220 Watt PSU would be enough for this (seems a similar spec to the card that's in it?
#21
would this do for a htpc build?
#22
They have the Sapphire version now for £32.

Is it worth the extra. I can't find any direct benchmarks on the sapphire.
#23
Just read a bit about is and decided to go with the cheaper asus. The extra didn't seem worth it. Whatever happens it'll be better than my current HD 2400
#24
Superstarbeejay
Just read a bit about is and decided to go with the cheaper asus. The extra didn't seem worth it. Whatever happens it'll be better than my current HD 2400


You won't see a massive jump in performance from your 2400 especially it its an XT. To notice a notable improvement look for at least a 4650. An overclocked version here for £35.32 delivered if a low-profile one is not needed.

But If it's mainly for HD video the Asus is a great choice.:thumbsup:
#25
GAVINLEWISHUKD
You won't see a massive jump in performance from your 2400 especially it its an XT. To notice a notable improvement look for at least a 4650. An overclocked version here for £35.32 delivered if a low-profile one is not needed.

But If it's mainly for HD video the Asus is a great choice.:thumbsup:


Low profile cards only unfortunately. My 2400 is low profile and the benchmarks I have seen imply that I'll get a big jump in performance to the 4350. I guess i'll find out when I get my 4350.
#26
will this run fallout 3?
#27
it will run it ....but not very good
#28
I bought mine and it arrived this morning but i think i might of recieved a faulty item

When plugged into my mobo it doesnt follow the CPU fans or Case fans to spin and the system neevr boots up. just as if no GPU card was installed

Soon as i put in my old x850 radeon and its fine again

I have a ASUS P5B mobo which is PCI-E v1 but this shouldnt cause a problem as there all backwards comptiable
#29
craigtumilty
I bought mine and it arrived this morning but i think i might of recieved a faulty item

When plugged into my mobo it doesnt follow the CPU fans or Case fans to spin and the system neevr boots up. just as if no GPU card was installed

Soon as i put in my old x850 radeon and its fine again

I have a ASUS P5B mobo which is PCI-E v1 but this shouldnt cause a problem as there all backwards comptiable


Did you uninstal the old card's drivers before inserting the new card?

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