Sapphire Radeon HD 5450 1 GB DDR3 HDMI/DVI-I/VGA PCI-Express Graphics Card 100292DDR3L
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- PCI-Express 2.1 x16 bus interface
- DDR3 memory
- Microsoft DirectX 11 Support
- Microsoft Windows 7 Support
- 400 Watt Power Supply is required.
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Description for Sapphire Radeon HD 5450 1 GB DDR3 HDMI/DVI-I/VGA PCI-Express Graphics Card
The ATI Radeon HD5450 graphics processors offer the most features and functionality in their class with complete DirectX 11 support and the world’s most advanced graphics, display features and technologies.
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|Graphics Card Interface||PCI-E||PCI-E||PCI-E||PCI-E||PCI-E||PCI-E|
|Hardware Interface||HDMI||PCI||PCIE x 4||PCIE x 1||PCIE x 8||PCIE x 8|
|Item Dimensions (Length * Breadth * Height)||16.51 x 6.35 x 23.49 Centimetres||26.01 x 16 x 5.79 Centimetres||1.47 x 6.88 x 14.99 Centimetres||17.2 x 11.13 x 1.6 Centimetres||22.86 x 15.24 x 5.08 Centimetres||22.86 x 15.24 x 5.08 Centimetres|
|Item Weight||—||0.68 kg||272 grams||—||0.91 kg||282 grams|
|Memory Clock Speed||1,334 MHz||1,600 MHz||6,008 MHz||6,000 MHz||1,800 MHz||—|
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I'd purchased it specifically because I'd heard it could run on far less power than it "requires" in the specs, and people weren't kidding. My 'puter has a good processor, plenty of RAM, decent motherboard, etc... but the power supply is tiny, and the graphics card it came with was laughable (I didn't know about the power at the time; had planned to upgrade the vid card anyway). It was heck to find an actual upgrade, since I can't personally install a power supply (but can do the simpler stuff like cards and RAM). I also wasn't willing to spend a ton upgrading, since I'll be getting a custom-built awesomeputer in a couple months. This card is win-win!
After all the setup problems the graphics card is driving the 3rd monitor just fine and everything is good but be aware of various problems I encountered getting to this point.
After installing the card and powering up the system windows recognized the new card. While it was attempting to install the drivers the 2 existing monitors went black (and the new monitor was not functioning yet - no drivers installed at this point). After about 3 minutes the my 2 original monitors came back. I should have stopped there.
Since I generally don't fully trust windows, before I enabled the 3rd monitor I used the included CD to install the ATI/AMD specific software and drivers. After about 5 minutes of installation the monitors went black again. This time they all were still black about 45 minutes later. So I pulled the plug on the PC and restarted.
Once restarting the system it recognized 1 monitor as a generic adapter/monitor (i.e. resolution all messed up). After going into Device Manager I noted the yellow warning triangle on the graphics cards. I had windows update the driver for my original 4650 and that brought back both of my original monitors (although I had to reboot). Then I went back to Device Manager and had Windows update the driver for this card (5450). After a reboot I was able to go into Control Panel > Screen Resolution and Detect the 3rd monitor.
So now I have 3 monitors up and working but no sound. When I hover over the speaker icon it says "No speakers or headphones are plugged in" which i new wasn't correct but since I had to pull the case off I double checked all connections and scratched my head. A google search turned up the following link [...]. Apparently its fairly common for graphics card to assume you don't want to use the on board audio and your speakers but instead want to use their audio piped to the monitor through the HDMI connection. After following the directions in the article (and another reboot) I was able to get the sound back.
Don't know why this had to be so difficult but be warned.
Applciations for this card would be where you need two video cards (4 LCD screens) and a small PSU.. as that these cards pull 25w when they are working their hardest. Hence, I have comfortably used two of these cards in systems with higher quality 300 watts cases and i5 CPUs without exceeding the power limitations.
If you cannot find this card in its HD 5xxx series, it is perfectly fine to migrate to the HD 6xxx series.