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* ATI RADEON 3450 GPU
* 512MB DDR2 Memory
* 3.3v PCI Bus

The VisionTekâ„¢ Radeonâ„¢ HD 3450 PCI
delivers unparalleled 2D and 3D performance and dual monitor capabilities for your most demanding business, home office or entertainment applications. Whether it’s intricate spreadsheets and presentations, DVD playback or online gaming, the VisionTek™ Radeon™ HD 3450 PCI delivers an affordable enhancement to your PC’s capabilities.

* Run 2 spreadsheets at once.
* Run 2 applications at once
* Stretch single application across 2 monitors
* Use as second video card for multi monitor support
* Pair up with existing PCI Express or PCI graphics card (supported motherboards)

http://www.visiontek.com/dms59-cards/radeon-hd-3450/radeon-hd-3450-pci-sff.html



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Albatron today announced a press release stating the release of a new graphics card G210-512, which is based on NVIDIA GeForce graphics processor 210.

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http://www.albatron.com.tw/English/p...ication&no=321



Good to see more PCI cards.
 

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looks like they released it a generation too late
 

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Originally Posted by flashbulb View Post
looks like they released it a generation too late
It looks like there is a HD5450 for the pci bus too , even tho it says PCIE, the picture is showing a pci card. The first dx11 pci card?
I use to enjoy pci cards, serve me well for years , but overall pci is terrible, i am so glad i move on from it. But its nice to see more cards being made.

The only card i would want as a collector item is that Albatron 8600gt one, but that is really impossible to find.

Anyways, peace
 

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Originally Posted by $till LegendaryU2K View Post
Albatron today announced a press release stating the release of a new graphics card G210-512, which is based on NVIDIA GeForce graphics processor 210.



Good to see more PCI cards.

Seriously no offense man, but I actually guessed it was you who posted this before I even clicked on the link.
 

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Sometimes I wonder why they bother... Quick someone bench this against the 8400gs PCI version. I want to see massive performance increase and power savings.
 

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good for people with old computers that want a simple htpc without shelling out a ton of money for one

I for one think its a decent idea

I am also glad they didn't make it something like a gtx460 that can fit into a pci slot
 

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Originally Posted by Gnomepatrol View Post
good for people with old computers that want a simple htpc without shelling out a ton of money for one

I for one think its a decent idea

I am also glad they didn't make it something like a gtx460 that can fit into a pci slot

Ton of money, i would think so. Most pci cards cost what near 100 bucks, or over 80. I think all pci cards should cost 40-50 bucks, no matter the item.
 

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Ohhh! It's Still Legendary again...
 

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Originally Posted by Psycho666 View Post
you've got to be kidding me?!

He's just trollin. Nothing to see here folks.

PCI cards are getting very non existant these days. Most modern mobos from the past 2+ years have a PCI-E slot in them. Even a 1x. No need for PCI cards anymore, there isn't even a market (except for OLD school PCs, but then they are upgrading them now anyways).

Reporting for wrong section. This isn't news.
 

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This can be useful for those that want more then 2 monitors and already have a PCIE card.
 

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Originally Posted by Domino View Post
He's just trollin. Nothing to see here folks.

PCI cards are getting very non existant these days. Most modern mobos from the past 2+ years have a PCI-E slot in them. Even a 1x. No need for PCI cards anymore, there isn't even a market (except for OLD school PCs, but then they are upgrading them now anyways).

Reporting for wrong section. This isn't news.
your avatar freaks me out.
 

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Lol, a 5450 would've been better or 5650 or something along those lines, but a 3450??
 

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Lol, a 5450 would've been better or 5650 or something along those lines, but a 3450??
Well they do have a 4000 series for PCI. I guess they might get around to it one day lol.

Thanks mod
 

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These aren't new so this isn't news. If this was an announcement of a launch, it would have been.
 
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