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    News - Force3D launches passive Radeon HD 4550 - the perfect HTPC solution?

    As expected, passive Radeon HD 4550 graphics cards are beginning to appear and the first comes from Taiwan-based Force3D.
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    Re: News - Force3D launches passive Radeon HD 4550 - the perfect HTPC solution?

    Yep il have one of these and thats my HTPC/Server finished

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    Re: News - Force3D launches passive Radeon HD 4550 - the perfect HTPC solution?

    From the look of things in that picture the heatsink prtrudes the edge of the card meaning it wont fit in a low profile system if thats the case why bother making the pcb low profile?

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