World's First DX11 PCIe x1 Video Card

Tagged: DirectX 11, DX 11, DX11, HIS, PCIe x1, Video Card, Computer Hardware, Gaming, Technology
Source: HIS - Read the full article
Posted: 5 years 46 weeks ago

HIS today unveils the HIS 5450 Silence 1GB (64bit) DDR3 PCIe x1 Eyefinity graphics card, offering the best features and functionality in their class with AMD Eyefinity technology. Powered by the Radeon™ 5400 GPU, HIS 5450 Silence 1GB PCIe x1 delivers a state-of-the-art HD multimedia and medium gaming experience at a value price.

The HIS 5450 Series is designed to give you stunning high definition entertainment from your PC, no matter Blu-ray/HD DVD discs or other HD sources. Gamers will enjoy the ultimate immersive gaming experience with innovative "wrap around" multi-display capabilities. In addition, the HIS 5450 Silence 1GB is built as high-profile capable single-slot design with two low profile brackets included, making it possible to fit them in both full-height and half-height PCI Slots.

AMD Eyefinity Technology

Run up to 3 displays from a single graphics board and expand your gaming field of view across all displays. Enjoy the ultimate immersive gaming experience with innovative "wrap around" multi-display capabilities.

ATI Eyefinity technology requires one panel with a DisplayPort connector to enable the third display. DisplayPort to DVI dongle is required for panel with DVI connector

For more information about HIS Radeon™HIS 5450 Silence 1GB (64bit) DDR3 PCIe x1, please visit-

Where to buy:

Newegg, USA
http://!! nformation-System-Ltd

Komplett, Norway:



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thats nice, sets the new standard for amateur gaming or even just basic things

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Awww it's so sweet :) Rodney, you should review this and give it a 100% kickass rating.

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You should review this rodney

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Interesting. I have a question, though. Do you think the Radeon HD 5450 is comparable to that of AMD Radeon X1900? I think I'd like to play games that were made 5+ years ago at 1920x1080. 30 frames per second seems fine to me as I'm not aiming for 60 FPS. :)

Or, maybe I could wait until AMD releases a 6450 and have manufacturers implement a fanless heatsink. :)

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Joined: 12/11/2009
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Now that's pretty cool. It'd be cool if you could crossfire these with higher end cards since mATX boards generally only have one PCI-e x16 bus. Not that it'd give any greater power, but you could do something with that. Perhaps an nVidia PhysX card?