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XFX Radeon HD 5450 Silent Passive 1GB GDDR3 Graphics Card [HD-545X-ZCH2]

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Core Clock: 650MHz, Memory Clock: 1066MHz, Processors: 80, DirectX 11, Connectivity: 1x HDMI, 1x DVI, 1x D-Sub/VGA.

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Quickcode: 54117  
Stock code: GFX-AT5400-HD-545X
Manuf. code: HD-545X-ZCH2
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Description:

The XFX ATI Radeon™ HD 5450 graphics card offers everything you need for gaming and HD home entertainment in one package. Do more on your PC with ATI stream technology, which accelerates even the most demanding applications. The XFX ATI Radeon™ HD 5450 fully supports Microsoft DirectX® 11 which enables real-time rendering with ultra-realistic characters and incredible 3D imagery.

• 80 Stream Processors
• ATI Stream technology
• Designed for DirectCompute 11 and OpenCL
• Accelerated Video Transcoding (AVT)
• Compliant with DirectX® 11 and earlier revisions
• Supports OpenGL 3.2
• ATI Avivo™ HD video and display technology
• ATI PowerPlay™ technology
• PCI Express® 2.1 support

Warranty Information:

Manufacturer xfx
Warranty Type Manufacturer via Aria
Manufacturer Website http://www.xfxforce.co.uk/
Warranty Period (yrs)2

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Question  How do i run 2-3 screens on this item by Rich T

Hello, Can someone help or advise - I have one of these (recent purchase) and cleared all other monitor programs and installed and up dated this.

I have 3 vga screens - I have a dual dvi plug but only one screen will register and the other screen will run from the vga, but any idea how to get all three working ??

- my previous system was on XP and 2 additional pci graphics cards but they are all defunct now on Win 7 and I can't make them backwards compatible to run in xp mode, unless anyone else has another way.

I've a USB3 graphics card ( the £7 Blue Chinses type) but I only get 800x 600 res so it flashes at higher res and all looks terrible.

I dont have the budget for 3 new DVI screens.

Ive vga to DVI connectors (not converters) but now out of ideas....

Answer by shaund on Monday, December 28, 2015
Hi Richard,

It is not possible to run three monitors from this graphics card, you would either need another one to run passively to push out a signal or buy a Gigabyte graphics card that supports its Multi-Monitor technology.

Question  Radeon HD5450 by Mike

Is this VGA compatible with ASRock 4CoreDual SATA 2 MB?

Answer by shaund on Monday, September 7, 2015
Hi Mike,

As long as it has a PCI-E slot on the motherboard then it will be compatible.

Question  Compatibility by G Bizzle

Hey my little brother has a Zoostorm PC with an ATX motherboard, would this be compatible?

Answer by shaund on Sunday, August 30, 2015
If there is a PCI-E slot on the motherboard you should have no issues with this card.

Intel by Stoo

Guys, I have an Intel i7 and it's running HD graphics 2000. It's seems to struggle a bit. Would this improve performance. On a budget for my son's Pc, he just wants to run lego world's(steam)

Thanks

Response by shaund
You will see practically 0 difference by purchasing this card, an Nvidia GT 740 would be a good, cheaper purchase for a budget graphics card.

Question  play 1080p HDCP content by phildu

Hi
Will this play 1080p native H264 MP4/mkv files without stuttering, if not do you have a recommendation.

I have an older dual core AMD 4200+ AM2+ in an Abit ANM2-HD motherboard. The onboard graphics (nVidia 630i/7050PV, with HDMI) won't keep up with 1080i/p content and maxes out with 720p content. (CPU burn is ~20% so I think it is the gfx rather than CPU being bottleneck)
Thanks


Answer by shaund on Monday, July 13, 2015
Hi Phil,

This card will be absolutely fine with 1080p video! :)
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