Radeon HD 6450 review -
Our reference card comes clocked in at 750 MHz on the core and 900 MHz on the memory. There will be actively cooled and passively cooled products as well as low -profile ones, which this card pretty much is.
It is quite spectacular to see three monitor outputs on there really.
Much like the other cards in the 6000 series, the HD 6450 also features the UVD 3 media engine that allows for Blu-ray 3D playback. The card can support DisplayPort 1.2, HDMI 1.4a, dual-link DVI with HDCP as well as VGA video outputs.
On the backside two memory ICs and that's pretty much it.
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