MSI HD 2350, PCI-E (x16), 32Bit 450MHz GDDR2, GPU 400MHz, DVI-I/S-Video, OEM+ Tagan Power Forge PCI-E (Single PSU to VGA Surge Protection) - £5.74 @ Scan - HotUKDeals
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MSI HD 2350, PCI-E (x16), 32Bit 450MHz GDDR2, GPU 400MHz, DVI-I/S-Video, OEM+ Tagan Power Forge PCI-E (Single PSU to VGA Surge Protection)

Delivery is extra unless you are a member of AV forums

GPU is about halfway doen the page

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#1
Cold voters??????
banned#2
£8.79 Ex VAT

£10.11 Inc VAT
#3
I tried to vote hot, but due to IE8's weird display of the HUKD without compatibility mode, it's come out as zero unfortunately.

I've bought a few of these cards now (both at the £5ex VAT and slightly higher) and have to say, for the money, you really can't complain.

I've got an Old Dell Pentium D840 in a Low-Profile case. Unfortunately it only has onboard VGA, but with the addition of this, it's transformed it into quite a nice little HTPC. The HD2350 is effectively the HD2400, but without the HD acceleration (apparently there were some defective AVIVO units, so ATI just cut them).
However, on a reasonably specced PC, at least 720p is handled just fine by the CPU, and although this has a fan, the speed is so low it's not noticeable from a few feet away. It's also sufficiently low specced that even with the low fan speed, there isn't any significant heat produced either..

Although I don't view them as particularly necessary, the Tagan PCIe Power Protection cable is worth about this much as well!

Hope that helps!
#4
jizzm
£8.79 Ex VAT

£10.11 Inc VAT


...if you don't get it on Today Only?
#5
jizzm
£8.79 Ex VAT

£10.11 Inc VAT


Press the buy button and it will go into your basket as £5.74
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Nice little deal. It's not going to turn your system into a gaming machine, but for £6, you can use your monitor's DVI input instead of the VGA as you usually have to if you're using onboard video. So, you get better image quality, slightly more RAM available to Windows, and your overall system performance gets a small boost. Pretty much an essential purchase for eveyone with onboard video, I reckon.
#7
dxx
Nice little deal. It's not going to turn your system into a gaming machine, but for £6, you can use your monitor's DVI input instead of the VGA as you usually have to if you're using onboard video. So, you get better image quality, slightly more RAM available to Windows, and your overall system performance gets a small boost. Pretty much an essential purchase for eveyone with onboard video, I reckon.


Now that makes much more sense to me!!! :thumbsup: Have some educating rep.
#8
Don't forget, whilst its a bargain at the current price, its only a bargain IF you intend buying other items from Scan, the free postage only applies to orders over £20 for us AV forum members (and thats EXCLUDING VAT)
#9
dxx
Nice little deal. It's not going to turn your system into a gaming machine, but for £6, you can use your monitor's DVI input instead of the VGA as you usually have to if you're using onboard video. So, you get better image quality, slightly more RAM available to Windows, and your overall system performance gets a small boost. Pretty much an essential purchase for eveyone with onboard video, I reckon.


Same deal with sound as well taking away from CPU performance, part of the reason I prefer buying motherboards without integrated graphics and sound (although its increasingly hard to find a mobo without integrated sound).
#10
Main downside is the noise of the fan. I've doangraded back to integrated graphics because of the noise from the fan. I wonder if there are any decent passive cooled graphics cards...
banned#11
#12
not bad but gotta say the hd2600pro also in today only gets my vote £17 for a card that is HDCP complient and decodes HD fine can't be bad

don't expect to be running the latest games though!!!
#13
I have an HD2400XT that's passively cooled, DVI (with HDMI converter) and VGA.... I've been using this now for around 18 months and have had very little in the way of problems with it. Have used it to output to 2 monitors and 1 monitor and 1 HDTV 32" (1080p) with no problems and it upscales video very well even from SD sources.
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Sapphire-Radeon-HD2400-PCI-Express-Graphics/dp/B000SMAUV4/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=electronics&qid=1232401825&sr=8-1
It's a bit more money though, so unless you REALLY want a passive cooling card the HD2350 is a good buy.
#14
sparkygeezer, this is more of an 'item-filler' to get to the required £23 (incl VAT) for the free delivery, & really should be mentioned in the title.
#15
thanks ordered as i needed a cheapie gfx card for my spare PC and also needed a filler!

voted HOT
#16
this is a rubbish card, had one of these before, it doesnt handle vista / aero well tbh

also full screen video is terrible (at 1920x1200), it can not keep in sync properly

check in pc world if your going, i picked up a new boxed 2400xt 256mb for 9.97
came complete retail boxed and is passive oh and includes the hdmi dongle too
#17
FatalSaviour;4119259
I tried to vote hot, but due to IE8's weird display of the HUKD without compatibility mode, it's come out as zero unfortunately.
The clue's in the word "compatibility" - HUKD uses standards whereas IE8 breaks them. Do yourself a favour and download Firefox, then you can get all the other benefits such as the brilliant Flashblock and Adblock extensions. :thumbsup:
#18
took me a good few minutes looking at the title to work out what was on offer! maybe because ive just bought a netbook but i read msi and thought msi wind then i saw hd and thought a msi screen then i saw pci-e, but quickly saw 32bit so i thought vista/xp and went back to my netbook idea and the power forge bit at the end just finished my brain off for today!
#19
Nice deal and Q-Collect is a good idea if you live near Scan. Someone should tell them that very long web pages are annoying and difficult to navigate. It's better to use more shorter pages. :thumbsup:
#20
MIDURIX;4128458
took me a good few minutes looking at the title to work out what was on offer!
Yes - "graphics card" would be rather useful! I thought it was a motherboard at first.
#21
pibpob
The clue's in the word "compatibility" - HUKD uses standards whereas IE8 breaks them. Do yourself a favour and download Firefox, then you can get all the other benefits such as the brilliant Flashblock and Adblock extensions. :thumbsup:


I was going to say the same thing, but I figured he must be at work and they force him to use IE. I mean why else would someone use that junk.
banned#22
Haggle
Nice deal and Q-Collect is a good idea if you live near Scan. Someone should tell them that very long web pages are annoying and difficult to navigate. It's better to use more shorter pages. :thumbsup:


Then again lots of offers are better then only a few :)
#23
d'oh!!!
banned#24
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