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Club 3D Intros HD 5450 Noiseless Edition 512 MB Graphics Card

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  1. btarunr

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    Club 3D introduced a new graphics card model based on the ATI Radeon HD 5450 GPU, the Club 3D HD 5450 Noiseless Edition 512 MB. This full-height graphics card is passively cooled, and has a single-slot design. It packs a DirectX 11 compliant GPU based on the Cedar core, which is built on the 40 nm manufacturing process and has a low energy draw. It packs 80 stream processors and a 64-bit wide memory interface to address its 512 MB of GDDR3 memory. The GPU runs at 650 MHz, with the memory at 800 MHz. Connectivity includes DVI, D-Sub, and HDMI with 7.1 channel Dolby Digital audio. It is expected to be priced under US $50.

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    that would go nicely into a Home Theater PC, 7.1 channel Dolby Digital audio, HDMI :0)
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    I'm not used to these small coolers anymore. Just those fat ones with countless heatpipes.
    Any comparison how it performs compared to GeForce 8400GS or GeForce 9400 ?
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    yummy for HTPC
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    Would cough up a bit more for 5570 @ $75
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    I'd rather stick with my Powercoler 4650 LP for a HTPC. But for the entry level this looks to be a decent pick up.
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    Looks great! Low power, low power consumption and all the new features an HTPC card needs OKS no stupid 1GB of unnecessary VRAM
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    Why would such a weak card need so much memory?
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    to trick more people into buying
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    Yeah, but 512GB is a bit ridiculous :laugh: Look at the card box.
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    HAHahaha lol epic fail! 512GB now thats a lot of vram!:roll: someone didn't check the box:slap:

    $50 for 512GB on a graphics card is pretty nice. that picture is great
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    So that's what all the empty PCB space is needed for, this must be a pre production sample :laugh:

    Another good use for the card, if you have 5970 with 2 displays, stick this in another slot and have 2Dclocks and save some power.
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    wow, someones gonna get their ass kicked in the art dept.
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    Maybe there is integrated SSD with really big capacity -511,5GB (DDR3) Lol. :roll:
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    WOW 512GB. Lets pay $500 for it:roll::roll::roll::roll:

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