New Radeon HD4550 & HD4350 released

"AMD fills in top-to-bottom ATI Radeon HD 4000 series DirectX 10.1 graphics card line-up."

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Two new entry level GPU's released

Radeon HD 4350 & 4550Targeted at those who wish to upgrade from IGP (Integrated Graphics Processors), AMD have released the Radeon HD 4350 & HD 4550 today. Both new cards feature DX10.1 support, DisplayPort and AVIVO with UVD 2 (Unified Video Decoder) engine. The new cards GPU architectures are based on the that of the 4800 series. They are claimed to require just 20w power input under full load and can be easily passively cooled.

The HD4550 is equipped with 512MB of GDDR3 and weighs in at around $59 USD, while the HD4350 is equipped with 256MB of GDDR3 and is priced around the $39 USD mark. With such low power requirements, price and heat output, these new cards could be quite attractive to those considering building a home theatre PC.

You can read the full press release here. You can also discuss in our forums here.

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26-09-2008, 09:43:06

jonnylaris
I'm looking to get my brand new Lian Li V1000Z laser cut.

I need to cut 3 120mm holes in the *top* panel for the fans to sit into and would like to know if wcuk would be able to do this for me?

Problem is, the top panel is not removable, the entire frame of the case is 1 piece.

26-09-2008, 10:19:33

k4p84
It can be done with hole punches and cut off wheels too mate.

ED

26-09-2008, 10:25:47

jonnylaris
what do you mean by cut off wheels ?

cheers

27-09-2008, 15:38:48

D-Cyph3r
They can indeed do it, but you'd have to send the entire case off if it's not removable.

114mm tank cutter (holesaw) is the easiest option for DIY fan holes though.

27-09-2008, 16:19:00

k4p84
A cut of wheel is a cutting disk used in dremel rotary tools.

ED

27-09-2008, 17:11:13

ace8uk
I would say just get a 114mm hole saw and do it yourself, it's probably cheaper and that way you will be able to make as many 120mm fan holes as you like.
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