|CPU: Core i7 3820 @ 4.5GHz|
|M/B: ASUS Rampage IV|
|RAM: 16GB G.Skill RipjawsZ|
|GPU: It varies|
The Sapphire Radeon 6450 FleX is a low-power graphics card that can run Eyefinity without the need for a DisplayPort monitor or active adapter; the technology is directly on the card itself. That's quite an added bonus for a card that's only $60 to begin with.
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|CPU: Core i7 3930K|
|M/B: ASRock X79 Extreme9|
|RAM: 64GBs Kingston Beast 2133MHz|
|GPU: Two EVGA GTX 690s in Quad SLI|
Good review Clay!
|CPU: i7-2600K and FX-8350|
|M/B: ASRock Z68 Extreme 7 Gen-3 and 990FX Extreme3|
|RAM: 16GB Mushkin Redline 2133 & 16GB GSKill Red 2133|
|GPU: 2X-R9-280Xs Crossfire & 2X-GTX-570s SLI|
Good review, especially because it's published on Friday the 13th.
I like that it's passively cooled, so it's gonna be noiseless. Performance is good for what it's designed to do.
It looks to be a good choice for an HTPC. The low profile mounting bracket is a good option for some HTCP cases as well.
|M/B: 640k (B3)|
|RAM: RAM 640K|
|GPU: GTX 640K|
Thanks Clay great job