AMD product page. This is an interesting configuration - evidently a fairly new card, as TD doesn't even have a photo.
Pros: DDR5 - $30 AR price point is the best I've seen for months at this level of performance. If your game does not need over 512mb video memory at the resolution you play it, this will be quite a bit faster than the usual DDR3 you almost always see at this price point. Better performance than the Intel HD 4000 (newest on-CPU graphics). It will specifically Crossfire with the Llano mid and upper range processors, giving you a nice performance boost. http://www.xbitlabs.com/articles/...500_5.html
Cons: Only 512mb memory. If you are using this for HTPC, should not be a problem. For 1080p gaming - I'll let other posters more knowledgeable than me post, but the 512mb could cause bottlenecks in some games. No hardware Crossfire connector. A real lack of reviews. NOT low profile.
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