Thursday, December 23rd 2010

HIS Announces First PCI DirectX 11 Graphics Card with Native HDMI Output

HIS today introduces the HIS 5450 Silence 512MB (64bit) DDR3 PCI graphics card, powered by the Radeon 5400 GPU with core speed up to 650MHz and memory speed up to 1,000MHz. Loaded with complete DirectX 11 support, it has multi-monitoring solution with the best business and multimedia applications. With the silent passive cooling heatsink implemented, HIS Radeon HD 5450 Silence is our ultimate media center companion at a value price.

The HIS 5450 Silence PCI card is built as high-profile capable single-slot design with two low profile brackets included, making it possible to fit them in both full-height and half-height PCI Slots. With stunning high definition entertainment from your PC, gamers will enjoy the ultimate immersive gaming experience with innovative "wrap around" multi-display capabilities.

For more information about HIS Radeon HD 5450 Silence 512MB (64bit) DDR3 PCI, please visit this page.

MSRP: US $94.99, CA $94.99.
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49 Comments on HIS Announces First PCI DirectX 11 Graphics Card with Native HDMI Output

#1
theonedub
habe fidem
A little expensive, but the people running older P4/Cel/Semp/XPs might find a use for it.
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#2
Yukikaze
I want one of these instead of my ancient 8400GS PCI. That HDMI output will be quite useful.
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#3

To expensive. I thought it was for AGP mobos...
#6
_JP_
Great job HIS! Now do AGP. :D
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#7
Red_Machine
What? More PCI? Just let that interface die already...
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#8
AlienIsGOD
by: Red_Machine
What? More PCI? Just let that interface die already...
My other rig's Soundcard and Network card beg to differ.....
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#9
[H]@RD5TUFF
by: theonedub
A little expensive, but the people running older P4/Cel/Semp/XPs might find a use for it.
True, but at the same time that's 1/3 of a 300 dollar PC, which will be faster than what they have.
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#10
HalfAHertz
This would probably knock the socks off of my old agp Ati 9600XT, which is still working btw after 6 years at my folks' internet box!
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#11
twicksisted
:laugh: wow i bet DX11 games will pwn on the old PCI bus! :laugh:
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#12
[H]@RD5TUFF
by: HalfAHertz
This would probably knock the socks off of my old agp Ati 9600XT, which is still working btw after 6 years at my folks' internet box!
I had one of these from Saphire, the mobo and CPU died before the GPU did, it lasted through 3 machines, back when ATI made good cards.
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#13
Mussels
Moderprator
PCI cards like this are excellent


how many times have you had to troubleshoot a PC, and wondered if it was the PCI-E slot that was bad, hmmmm?
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#15
Baum
Thank HIS for this excelent Frankenstein, i do love it when manufactures create such cards for mission critical as said before and this is the only pci ati card that accelerates HD Video right?
I only heard of the 8200 and 8400 GS as PCI before no ATI 3xxx HD where released as pci right?
:D
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#16
Yukikaze
by: Baum
Thank HIS for this excelent Frankenstein, i do love it when manufactures create such cards for mission critical as said before and this is the only pci ati card that accelerates HD Video right?
I only heard of the 8200 and 8400 GS as PCI before no ATI 3xxx HD where released as pci right?
:D
I have not heard of a 8200 card for PCI, but the following relatively modern cards exist for PCI:
nVidia: 8400GS (I have one), 8500GT (I have one), 9400GT, 9500GT. The was a 8600GT by Albatron but good luck finding one of those.
ATI: HD2400Pro, HD3450 and now HD5450.
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#17
AsRock
TPU addict
WOW double the price of there other one sheesh.


Although been thinking of picking up a 5450 due to the very low power usage.
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#19
Mussels
Moderprator
hmmm, can these handle 3 monitor eyefinity?


if so,i can see them being used for massive multi monitor setups
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#20
Jizzler
HOLY MONKEY SACS! It's blue? That won't match my red and black motherboard!!

Just thought I'd join in with the hysterics this release is causing.
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#21
[H]@RD5TUFF
by: Mussels
hmmm, can these handle 3 monitor eyefinity?


if so,i can see them being used for massive multi monitor setups
depending on resolution, it perhaps could handle 2, but 3 I just don't see how due to the PCI bandwidth limitation.
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#22
u2konline
Good times, nice to see more pci cards. But i don't use the sh** anymore. I still want that rare 8600gt pci card, but hey you know i would buy this dx11 pci card if the price was say 25 bucks.
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#24
Mussels
Moderprator
by: [H]@RD5TUFF
depending on resolution, it perhaps could handle 2, but 3 I just don't see how due to the PCI bandwidth limitation.
i'm pretty sure this card has more than enough grunt for three windows desktops.
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#25
[H]@RD5TUFF
by: Mussels
i'm pretty sure this card has more than enough grunt for three windows desktops.
Grunt isn't the issue, it's the bottleneck to the card as, 133 Mb/s is the max of PCI.
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