Finally, the waiting is Over!! Here's my HTPC!! - Printable Version
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- eskro - 2012-01-24 05:01
you can find HD6450's for pretty much the same price as HD5450's so,
i'd still go for the HD6450.
just to keep stuff current too.
- bluray - 2012-01-24 05:19
cburbs Wrote:So if I don't care about 3d does the 6450 matter?Here are your choices-
1. HD6450- $36 after rebate
2. HD5450- $19 after rebate
If you are not interesting in 3D, HD5450 is a great choice and you'll save $17!
- akjet680 - 2012-01-24 22:47
i am comparing 3 HD6450 cards, and this maybe extremely dumb question, but are these all the same except for clock speed and company?
i think i will go for the SAPPHIRE Radeon HD 6450 100322L Video Card its $35 and looks to be the smallest card.
- bluray - 2012-01-24 23:06
akjet680 Wrote:i am comparing 3 HD6450 cards, and this maybe extremely dumb question, but are these all the same except for clock speed and company?As far as performance, it should be the same. It's just different brands. Somebody might say this/that brand is better than that brand.... If you stick with a well known brand, you should be fine!
- akjet680 - 2012-01-24 23:12
Not too familiar with Graphic Card brands; the Sapphire card should be find then ?
- bluray - 2012-01-24 23:13
akjet680 Wrote:Not too familiar with Graphic Card brands; the Sapphire card should be find then ?I have a Sapphire card, and it works fine in my HTPC!
- akjet680 - 2012-01-24 23:16
awesome thanks! purchasing now!
- rkariff - 2012-01-25 03:37
So do you keep your movies on the SSD? Or the HDD?
- bluray - 2012-01-25 05:57
rkariff Wrote:So do you keep your movies on the SSD? Or the HDD?If you have money to buy several big internal SSD, keeping it in internal SSD is the best. For most of us that cannot afford big internal SSD, we keep it in the cheaper internal HDD and USB HDD...
- hcabrita - 2012-01-25 13:09
Bear in mind that the SSD storage is about 20 times more expensive than standard 3.5"HDD storage.
Here, we can get a 246GB ssd for around 330€, and a 2000GB HDD for 130€...
just do the maths.
Mainly, one should use the SSD for the operative system (windows, linux, etc.), and then standard HDD's for storage (maybe a raid there, for some data safety).