Newegg has the PowerColor Go! Green AX5450 1GBK3-SH Radeon HD 5450 (Cedar) 1GB 64-bit DDR3 PCI Express 2.1 x16 HDCP Ready Low Profile Ready Video Card for $26 - $20 rebate [Exp 11/30] = $5.99 with free shipping. Features HDMI, D-SUB, and DVI ports, 80 stream processing units and a 650MHz core clock speed.
$30 Retail: $40

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    ArtieNJ Ben's cred: 1
    Posted 5:08 pm PST 11/26/14

    Any problems with their rebates?

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    Casecutter Ben's cred: 1512
    Posted 5:16 pm PST 11/26/14

    First... at least it is the 64-Bit, not like some AIB's who are hawking 32-bit.

    Rebates yea, a love/hate P-C has always been very... very good to me! As it goes I just set a reminder for the P-C 280 I just installed, I wait until 2-1/2 -3 week before I cut the Bar code or mail it (and don't redeem the game bundle) until I'm sure it perfect that way I can return it to Newegg. Cut the Bar or use game bundle and you then work manufacture warranty, something I've never had to do with like 6 different P-C cards I've owned over the years.

    Love reading the old posts what history.

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    suednim Ben's cred: 167
    Posted 5:42 pm PST 11/26/14

    My last P-C 5450 from NE worked just fine & I got the Reb. promptly, but this was at least a yr. ago.

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    some Ben's cred: 15
    Posted 8:29 pm PST 11/26/14

    64 bit is NOT fast. It may as well be 32-bit, you will not get any type of 3D performance from this car. Most onboard video chips are faster. This is strictly a secondary monitor card. That being said, I like mine.

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    dave_c Ben's cred: 3825
    Posted 9:37 pm PST 11/26/14

    Wish they'd stop making these with PCIe 16X contacts and only make 1X contact versions. Then again at a mere $6 you won't cringe too much to hacksaw it a bit.

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    TypeG33K Ben's cred: 10
    Posted 10:07 pm PST 11/26/14

    Get it if u need the card and want to take a chance with the rebates. I didn't get mine even after the hassle of mailing it in.

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    Posted 2:52 pm PST 11/27/14

    If you need a contingency GPU for emergencies or so on, an R5450 is definitely the way to go. It's absolutely not meant for 3D work by modern standards (that said, from personal experience, you can actually run World of Warcraft at modest resolutions with an R5450--though it can and will bog down to slideshow levels in certain situations), but it will get you by. And it's admittedly small and quiet, for those who care about that.

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    Posted 3:03 pm PST 11/27/14

    some wrote:
    64 bit is NOT fast. It may as well be 32-bit, you will not get any type of 3D performance from this car. Most onboard video chips are faster. This is strictly a secondary monitor card. That being said, I like mine.
    While yes not any gaming card... "this still about par with the Intel GMA3000 that showed a year latter. Intel supplied 189 mil transistors, 12 shaders, 20.4 GFLOPS when at boost states as high as 1100 Mhz. The 5450 Cedar part showed earlier Feb, 2010, 292 mil transistors, 80 shaders, 104 GFLOPS clocked at 650Mhz.

    http://www.anandtech.com/show/4083/the-sandy-bridge-review-intel-core-i7-2600k-i5-2500k-core-i3-2100-tested/11

    While yes very similar performance I'd hope those Intel (K-Series only) CPU that cost anywhere between $180-250 at the time could provide at least the minimums of graphic consider from the year previous. Although, Intel was still holding to DX10.2 (not DX11), only on the older shader model 4.1 (not 5.0), and previous OpenGL compliance, though no OpenCL support. But yes for included or "free" a year later not anything to sneeze at.

    To put some perspective on this, Intel HD Graphics 3000 system could offered playable frame for Minecraft, but still was behind the Radeon HD 4250 of the 880G chipset, which hadn't seen any significant updated in IGP technology since it launched the 780G almost three years earlier.

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