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It supports DirectX 10.1 and is available in 256MB and 512MB models.

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Hybrid CrossFire compatible for a quick graphics boost; setting up Hybrid CrossFire is a snap.

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Low-profile, runs cool, cheap and can handle 1080p video-the perfect candidate for HTPC builders.

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Card runs very cool even under strain (different manufacturer's cooling solutions vary but low temperature performance does not).

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Included Catalyst software shell integration in Vista is a little annoying (appears in almost every right click menu).

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Different manufacturer makes (XFX, Asus, Sapphire) differentiate more than most graphics cards as some versions sport HDMI outputs while others don't, etc.

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Included driver CD is so dated that it often causes problems... Download drivers directly for the AMD/ATI website instead.

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Drivers for this card don't work at all with Windows Server 2008 x64.

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The ATI Radeon HD 3400 (or 3450) is an entry-level graphics card, offering performance superior to integrated graphics but not tailored to the needs of hardcore gamers. It supports DirectX 10.1 and is available in 256MB and 512MB models. With ATI Avivo HD, the HD 3400 intends to ensure smooth playback of 1080p content, and features built-in DisplayPort, DVI, and HDMI outputs. ATI Hybrid Graphics allows the HD 3400 to combine with a compatible AMD integrated chipset for improved gaming performance, while CrossFireX technology enables multi-GPU setups. Idle and low-usage power consumption is reduced with PowerPlay technology.

  • 256/512MB memory
  • 55nm fabrication
  • 600MHz clock speed
  • DirectX 10.1
  • PCI Express 2.0
  • OpenGL 2.0
  • 40 stream processing units
  • Advanced anti-aliasing
  • ATI Avivo HD
  • DisplayPort, DVI, HDMI connectivity
  • ATI Hybrid Graphics
  • CrossFireX technology
  • PowerPlay technology¬†
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