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Overall a good graphics card

Advantages: plays games you thought would never run
Disadvantages: none so far

This is a really good graphics card for what it's worth. I leave my computer on for about 10 hours a day and unless i'm playing a game that requires hard core graphics, it barely even gets warm. It runs Rainbow Six Vegas 2 like a charm, yet lags in GTA 4 ...

checkit923 10.03.2012 · Read full review
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Review of ATI Radeon HD 5450

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it lasts

Advantages: Performance /Price
Disadvantages: getting old

Its getting old and the DX10 coming this November sure are going to beat it but if yu are stuck with and AGP computer and cant afford >200€ cards this is a good choice it wont Run FEAR decently but it runs 70%(without overclocking) of the games out until ...

spowgod 06.09.2006 · Read full review
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Review of Connect3D Radeon 9600 XT Graphics card 128 MB DDR SDRAM

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A cost-efficient Graphics card for common pc users.

Advantages: HDMI compatibility, useful features, extensive connectivity options.
Disadvantages: This is not a GAMING graphics card.

WHY WE NEED A GRAPHICS CARD? Do we the normal pc users, need a graphics card? We have to spend some extra pounds to get a decent graphics card for our system. So is it a luxury or necessity for pc users? Because, a dedicated graphics card usuall ...

Gladiator007 06.03.2009 · Read full review
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Review of ATI Radeon HD 3470 Graphics card 256 MB DDR2 SDRAM

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Sapphire's Radeon 7000...What a gem!

Advantages: Fantastic budget card.
Disadvantages: Limited overclocking facilities. Fails to run the latest titles.

Last December, I was assigned the task of building a low -cost PC for a relative. With only a maximum of 35 pounds to spend on a video card my choice was limited. I finally opted for Sapphire's version of the Ati Radeon 7000 model. It cost about 28 pou ...

Credance100 20.10.2004 · Read full review
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Review of Sapphire 7000 Graphics card 64 MB SDRAM

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