Now boasting it is 512MB GDDR3, PCI-Express x1, VHDCI, Quad DVI Support, Quad VGA Support, and Low-Profile. So, the big question is, what does that mean for you? Well, let’s start with the fact that this card represents the latest in technology and generation from
ATI’s “Multi-View” series. Translation: this is THE solution for enterprise level multi-display environments. This card provides not only stability/reliability, but because of the level of support, you’re also buying piece of mind.
The ATI FireMV 2450 is a low profile GPU with quadruple output that not only supports your DVI devices, but supports your VGA devices as well. And because of its 512 MB of memory, you can be assured that your applications will run smooth and trouble free, every step of the way.
Another advantage the ATI FireMV is its power consumption levels. On average it will only consume 17W for typical 2d business use, and maxes out at double that (32W). While this may not be your only, or primary concern, it is nice to know that you are doing your best to save the environment while getting an extremely high quality video card.
Finally, it is worth noting that the Ati FireMV 2450 is compatible with the latest Windows machines (such as Windows 7 and Windows Vista) but it will also run with Linux as well.
If you’re considering a high end graphics card for your quad monitor workstation, then the ATI FireMV 2450 should be on your list. You won’t be disappointed by the quality or price and it is sure to hold up to any test you assign to her.