Good Card and Fast Delivery
I ordered the Visiontek Radeon HD 4350 Graphics Card (Part #900289) at 11:52 PM on a Monday night, and received it mid-day that very Thursday. This was even though I ordered it using the Budget (no cost) shipping! Way to go, Buy.com! Excellent, quick service! This 900289 is being used to add dual-monitor capability to a Dell Optiplex 760, which is used for business purposes, so it's not used for gaming. It works great for my dual-monitor business purposes. The included fan does not add any more noise than the background noise already in my office. Note that there are three different versions of the Visiontek Radeon HD 4350 Graphics Card: Part #900270, #900273 and #900289. Here's a summary of what I found about the three. - Part #900270: This model appears to come only with a full-height bracket. Included are DVI, VGA and HDMI interfaces. There aren't a lot of specific details available about this particular model. The cost of the 900270 is generally around $60. - Part #900273: This model has a small form factor bracket, but the included full-height bracket can be attached instead. The short bracket has dual-DVI and S-Video outputs and includes adapters to support either two DVI outputs, two VGA or one of each. The full-height bracket adds an HDMI output and dedicated VGA. The cost of the 900273 is generally around $125. - Part #900289: This model also has a small form factor bracket, but the included full-height bracket can be attached instead. The short bracket has DVI and HDMI outputs and includes adapters to convert the DVI to VGA or the HDMI to DVI. The full-height bracket adds a dedicated VGA ouptut. The cost of the 900289 is generally around $90. Because I wanted to use both my 900289's DVI and dedicated VGA outputs, but using a small form factor brackets, I modified a spare small bracket to hold the VGA output jack. It fit perfectly. Overall I'm very satisified with this Visiontek Radeon HD 4350 Graphics Card (Part #900289).
Was this review helpful to you?YESNO