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  • VisionTek ATI HD 2400 Pro Review
  • VisionTek ATI HD 2400 Pro Review


    Included Goodies

    Since this is a budget card you can't expect much. No games, hardly any cables, and in some cases documentation is even hard to come by. In the box you get the video card (given), a driver CD, guide outlining how to switch between onboard and HDMI audio, and a 3 panel installation guide for those that happen to be clueless as to how to install a video card. The guide is universal for all ATI products none of it applies directly to this particular video card.
    The driver CD contains the famous Catalyst Control Center with 2 distinct interfaces, Basic and Advanced. The basic interface takes a wizard approach to getting things configured.  If you need more control (and you will) the advanced option will show you everything and then some.