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GPUs Under $70 - HD 4550, HD 4350, Galaxy 9500 GT, S3 Chrome 440 GTX

Author: Ryan Shrout
Manufacturer: General

The AMD Radeon HD 4350 Card

The AMD Radeon HD 4350 is based on the same RV710 chip design but will run with slower memory making it another even cheaper GPU design. 

We still have the same GPU specs as the HD 4550: 80 stream processors, 8 texture units, 4 ROPS, 20 watt thermal envelope, 600 MHz core clock and 64-bit memory bus.  What has changed is the amount, type and speed of that memory: the HD 4350 will have 256MB of DDR2 memory running at 500 MHz/1000 MHz.

The reference HD 4350 we received is even smaller than the 4550 - this makes it easier for tight spaces but did require the use of an active cooling solution since the area for a heatsink was drastically reduced. 

There is no CrossFire connector, but just like the HD 4550, the HD 4350 can run CF through the PCI Express bus.

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The connections on this card are more traditional and include just a standard VGA output and a dual-link DVI connection. 

The die on the HD 4350 is the same as the HD 4550 so we have the same 242 million transistors built on the 55nm process technology.

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May 18, 2011 | 04:15 PM - Posted by EDUARDO VILA (not verified)

Qucik question about AIT 4350.
Can I incorporate one to a DELL 780 SFF (Small form factor)?
Im not sure if the size of the computer matters?
I have a PCI-E slot free but dont know if the card would fit in the case?
Thank you for your help
Eduardo Vila

July 21, 2011 | 04:26 PM - Posted by Anonymous (not verified)

yes mine came with a low profile attachment so it fits in smaller sizes

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