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Topic # 60809 3-May-2010 19:19
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Hey guys

I just wanted to know if the ATI 5450 videocard was any good.

My sister needs a videocard for her computer to play sims 3 and it must be low profile.
so i said I would find her a cheap one that can play sims 3 on high.

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  Reply # 326172 3-May-2010 19:51
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Yeah, Sims won't need much grunt in terms of video processing power so I would say the 5450 will run the game without issues.

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  Reply # 326253 4-May-2010 08:40
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Sims 3 is actually quite hungry for gfx...but that card will be fine :)




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  Reply # 326355 4-May-2010 11:30
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The Sims, even the latest version, isn't too hardware intensive. Furthermore, the Radeon 5450 is HD capable, too, as an added bonus.

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