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Old 27-05-2010, 11:40 PM   #1
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Default asus radeon hd 4350 graphics card

Just upgraded my system and waiting for them to ship it. It has a asus radeon 4350 hd graphics card. It plays blue ray and supports 1080p. I have heard people say things about radeon in the past, but in my old system I have a ati radeon 4650 hd agp and it works fine in maya 2010 and mudbox 2010. Considering this card is pci expressand more up to date. I hope this card works well despite autodesk not qualifying ati or nvidia consumer cards. I saw some tests with games on youtube with this card and it looks great.

My new system

Windows 7 64 bit home edition

6GB ram

asus radeon hd 4350 512mb PCI-E ddr2

just wondering if anyone uses this card. Like I said autodesk is not right about all ATI cards mmine with a old agp system is evidence of that.
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Never had one, but from what I've heard they're much better with 3d apps and open gl in general than they used to be.
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