AMD intros entry-level DX11 ATI Radeon HD 5450 graphics card

AMD today introduced its entry-level DX11 graphics card – ATI Radeon  HD 5450.  The new GPU has  292 million 40nm transistors, Clock speed of 650Mhz,  80 Stream Processing Units,  8 Texture Units,  400 MHz DDR2 and up to 800 MHz DDR3 e, PCI Express 2.1 x16 bus interfaceand  max resolution: 1920×1200.


“The ATI Radeon™ HD 5450 offers consumers another next-generation graphics product from AMD, and further reinforces our price-performance value at a wide range of price points,” said Matt Skynner, vice president and general manager, AMD Graphics Division. “With the addition of the ATI Radeon HD 5450, home theater enthusiasts and casual gamers have access to cutting-edge features and solid performance at an incredible value.”

AMD Radeon HD 5450

The ATI Radeon HD 5450 is available immediately from a number of partners, including ASUS, ASK, Club 3D, DMM, GBT, HIS, LDLC.com, MSI, Sapphire, TUL, VT and XFX and will coast under 60$.

AMD Radeon HD 5450

Source: AMD

Related posts

First Microsoft smartphones on Windows 10

First Microsoft smartphones on Windows 10

Windows 10 is one of the things that we will get this summer and we’ve known for a long time that the new OS will power not only desktop and notebook computers but also tablets and smartphones under the Microsoft brand. Until now, however, we had no information on the first Microsoft smartphones...

Mountain Sniper Shooting

Mountain Sniper Shooting

Sometimes you simply want to destroy something. Sometimes you simply want to shoot at something. Now you have the chance to do so with a new game for Android that is called Mountain Sniper Shooting. As with most other Android apps, this one is also simple – you are an elite sniper that has to...

AMD Kaveri APUs to use FM2+ socket

The next generation of AMD APUs codenamed Kaveri will require a new socket that will be known as FM2+ AMD has announced. This is sad news to owners of Trinity and Richland chips, because the new socket will require new motherboards so owners of Trinity and Richland-based systems do not have...

Leave a comment