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Old 9th March 2009, 16:54   #1
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Default AMD FirePro 2450 draws 18W, can drive four displays

Workstation graphics cards sometimes dazzle with high-end specifications and price tags in the thousands of dollars, but AMD's new FirePro 2450 is a little different. The card has a low-profile design, and AMD says it only draws about 18W of power on average.

Despite the small form factor, the FirePro 2450 has 512MB of onboard memory, and it includes a pair of VHDCI connectors. Hook up breakout cables to those connectors, and AMD says you can drive up to four DVI-I or VGA monitors. The official press release doesn't mention maximum resolutions for each output, but it does mention "driving multiple high resolution monitors for the maximum amount of screen space."

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