ThinkCentre users can experience the superior image quality and system performance by upgrading to AMD 7450 Graphics Card. Lenovo AMD 7450 DisplayPort DVI Graphics Card with 1 GB on board memory brings impressive DX11 graphics processing and media acceleration power to desktop systems at an incredible value. Boost productivity via multi-monitoring or employ better graphics acceleration and performance with Windows 8 and Microsoft Office 2010. Supports maximum resolution of 2560 x 1600 for high definition visuals.

- Graphics card with small powerful graphics processor
- Low profile (< 3 inches tall) fits in both SFF & Tower ThinkCentre
- Single slot fansink can fit in any slot in any chassis
- Great for wide ranging Office Productivity applications
- Compelling media acceleration for multimedia presentations
- Balances power efficiency with stunning visual performance
- Multi-monitoring
- Increases productivity by accelerating workloads
– Microsoft Office, Windows 8
- Enhances PC visual experience and reliability with stable drivers


GPU Memory 1 GB DDR3
Memory Interface 64-bit
Memory Bandwidth 6.4 GB/s
System Interface PCI Express 2.0 x16
Max Power Consumption 25 W
Thermal Solution Active
Form Factor 15.8 x 80.2 x 169.5mm, Low Profile, Full Height
Display Connectors DVI, DP, VGA with adapter
Max Simultaneous Displays 2
Max Resolution 2560 x 1600
Max Resolution Details DVI: 2560 x 1600 / DisplayPort: 2560 x 1600 / VGA: 2048 x 1536z
Graphics APIs Shader Model 5.0, OpenGL 4.1, DirectX 11.0
SKU LenovoAMD7450NIB-R
Barcode # 887619060676
Brand Lenovo
Brand Lenovo
Type Graphics Card
Model AMD 7450 1GB DP + DVI
Chipset/GPU Model HD 7450
Memory Type DDR3
Memory Size 1 GB
Chipset Manufacturer AMD
Shipping Cubic 0.017794000m3

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