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HD4350 Good for Gaming?

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August 18, 2009 3:34:28 PM

Friend got a new Dell PC with a HD 4350 card. Seems kind of low power considering Tom's hierarchy chart but I might be mistaken. Is there something about the new Intel CPU/MB configs that makes it a contender? I've been suggesting he needs to bump it up to a 4850 minimum.

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August 18, 2009 6:42:07 PM

Much depends on the resolution you are using and what settings you like to play your games at. The 4350 may be "sufficient" for gaming but it's not great more or less good.
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August 18, 2009 11:21:23 PM

Basic rule of thumb is to look at the second digit of a graphics card model number. The higher that second digit is, the more performance you'll get out of a card. What games your friend is playing and (as erocker states) what resolution the games are played at will determine the performance of the card. I'd probably recommend an HD4650 at a minimum.

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August 18, 2009 11:29:41 PM

Only if you think G.W. Bush was a good president. It's all about your expectations after all. ^_^
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August 19, 2009 12:13:27 AM

The minimum I would recommend is the HD 4670 for any type of gaming. It is good enough for most games if modest graphics and resolution settings are used.

The HD 4350 is good enough to watch video.
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August 19, 2009 12:14:50 AM

jaguarskx said:
The minimum I would recommend is the HD 4670 for any type of gaming. It is good enough for most games if modest graphics and resolution settings are used.

The HD 4350 is good enough to watch video.
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August 19, 2009 12:22:47 AM

Actually, I'd say the minimum is a 4650 DDR2, preferably DDR3 for gaming.

9500GT < 4650 DDR2
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October 13, 2009 8:11:25 AM

jaguarskx said:
The minimum I would recommend is the HD 4670 for any type of gaming. It is good enough for most games if modest graphics and resolution settings are used.

The HD 4350 is good enough to watch video.

just shut up i play assassins creed all maxed out on the same card and it is also known to play GTA IV all maxed out on a lower PC than Mine. and by the way my pc specs are
Intel Q8400
ATi HD 4350 512 dedicated,1200 shared
640 Gb HDD
3Gb DDR3 Ram
Vista Home premium.



It's all about your processor. you rgraphics card is only 40 % of graphics output AND AN HD4350 IS AS GOOD AS AN NVIDIA 9000 series +
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October 13, 2009 8:43:26 AM

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It's all about your processor. you rgraphics card is only 40 % of graphics output AND AN HD4350 IS AS GOOD AS AN NVIDIA 9000 series +


:sarcastic:  Of course it is. It compares with the 9800 GTX+ . It is an ultra gaming card :lol: 
Now, on a serious note...the minimum card I recomend for gaming is the 4770.
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October 13, 2009 10:36:05 AM

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just shut up i play assassins creed all maxed out on the same card and it is also known to play GTA IV all maxed out on a lower PC than Mine. and by the way my pc specs are
Intel Q8400
ATi HD 4350 512 dedicated,1200 shared
640 Gb HDD
3Gb DDR3 Ram
Vista Home premium.



It's all about your processor. you rgraphics card is only 40 % of graphics output AND AN HD4350 IS AS GOOD AS AN NVIDIA 9000 series +


... at 1024x768.
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October 13, 2009 10:42:32 AM

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It's all about your processor. you rgraphics card is only 40 % of graphics output AND AN HD4350 IS AS GOOD AS AN NVIDIA 9000 series +


Wow, I seriously never heard that one yet. Deserve +1. For plain stupidity...

http://www.slizone.com/docs/IO/72518/SLI-Optimize.jpg

Nuff said.
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October 22, 2010 6:31:46 PM

i hugely doubt how can 1 play assassins creed with high settings on a HD4350... i used to have a 7900GTO and i had to use medium settings
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October 22, 2010 7:34:53 PM

Bluescreendeath said:
Actually, I'd say the minimum is a 4650 DDR2, preferably DDR3 for gaming.

9500GT < 4650 DDR2


actually the 4650 DDR3 and 9500GT DDR3 are about on par...although that's not saying much



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October 22, 2010 9:24:01 PM

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just shut up i play assassins creed all maxed out on the same card and it is also known to play GTA IV all maxed out on a lower PC than Mine. and by the way my pc specs are
Intel Q8400
ATi HD 4350 512 dedicated,1200 shared
640 Gb HDD
3Gb DDR3 Ram
Vista Home premium.



It's all about your processor. you rgraphics card is only 40 % of graphics output AND AN HD4350 IS AS GOOD AS AN NVIDIA 9000 series +



OOOOOOOhhhhhhhhhhh we didn't know that :o  :o  :o  :o  :o  .So thanks for showing us the light.So instead of buying a 6870 i'll just buy a 4350 and a core-i7-980x
and demolish any game out there in the market. :lol:  :lol: 
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October 24, 2010 6:07:06 PM

I have HD4350 you can play Crisis Warhead in 800x600 all minimum (phisics on gamer and something else on gamer) with min. 30 fps.
But anything higher is too much for that card. I´m going to buy HD5750 soon.
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October 24, 2010 6:29:53 PM

Check the date of the OP folks.
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