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



    As we suspected the Radeon HD 2400 Pro is not the best video card for gaming however it does make for an excellent mulit purpose card that supports multi monitor desktops and HD video playback.  The built-in H.264 video acceleration and other Avivo HD features help with this by taking over the required calculations so the system can concentrate on what it does best..

    In the home theater sense the available HDMI connection is a great way to interface with your TV or Flat Panel display. The available DVI connection can also be used if your particular TV does not have HDMI or if you want to use the TV or Flat Panel as a secondary monitor.

    We'd say for budget minded individual looking for an in-expensive DX10 upgrade, or simply wants to experiment with a HTPC the ATI Radeon HD 2400 Pro will not disappoint and surely will not break the bank.

    Now for the ever popular list of Good things and Bad things. happy smile
    Good Things
    HDMI Video Out
    5.1 Channel Surround Sound
    Red PCB
    DirectX 10 Support
    HD Video Acceleration
    Big Screen Gaming
    Bad Things
    Slow card, not good for gaming
    HDMI is exclusive, can't run HDMI when other ports are being used
    HD Video Playback requires HD video player
    Ninjalane Rating
    We would like to thank VisionTek for helping to make this review possible.