VisionTek 900331 Radeon HD 5550 Video Card
Enjoy high quality graphics, smooth gameplay, and powerful video editing using the VisionTek 900331 Radeon HD 5550 Video Card. This video card is designed to deliver a feature-laden gaming and computing experience and enable smooth HD gaming with incredible image quality. Through this video card, video playback, editing, and transferring content to portable media players are faster and easy. The VisionTek 900331 Radeon HD 5550 Video Card also supports Windows 7 and future DirectX® 11 games providing users amazing system performance in an energy-efficient card that is easy to install without needing an external power supply.
What It Is And Why You Need It:
|Interface Type||PCI Express 2.0|
|Multiple Monitors Support||Yes|
|Max. Monitors Supported||2|
|GPU Series||AMD Radeon HD 5000|
|GPU/VPU||AMD Radeon HD 5550|
|Core Clock||550 MHz|
|Direct Compute 11|
|Minimum PSU Wattage Requirement||300 Watt|
|Specification Notes|| To provide the most accurate specifications, the specifications listed are based upon the manufacturer's exact model specification as published on the manufacturer's website.|
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A nice product
I bought this a while back, and it has been a significant improvement to my old flimsy computer. The price is quite expensive when you consider the quality and age of the card; yet it was the best option I could find, and I am not disappointed. With this video card I can play Minecraft at a nice frame-rate on a far render distance, and I can play Civilization V without much lag at all.
Good Working Video Card
Plugged it in and it worked right away and it segnificantly improved my PC's performance. The limiting component is now the processor. Great price...
Entry Level Video Card
There are lots of Radeons out there that are bigger, meaner, faster, and ummm more expensive. Here is a good Accelerator that is low cost and pretty good speed.
Good Product Fair Deal
I use it on my Dell 530 and it is a great card. I replace a Asus Ati 512 card. I still use s-video on my 27 inch Sony tv but will upgrade. When I win a contest of some sort.