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SAPPHIRE RADEON HD6450 in an Optiplex 755 SFF

Will the SAPPHIRE RADEON HD6450 512MB DDR3  be ok in the Optiplex 755 sff, there is no fan just a passive heat sink.

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rdunnill
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RE: SAPPHIRE RADEON HD6450 in an Optiplex 755 SFF

It should be OK. This is my favorite card for SFF Dells.

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RE: SAPPHIRE RADEON HD6450 in an Optiplex 755 SFF

Thanks I was getting worried I was going to fry this 755 sff

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RE: SAPPHIRE RADEON HD6450 in an Optiplex 755 SFF

its not going to physically fit it will hit the hdd caddy and cover wont close.


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RE: SAPPHIRE RADEON HD6450 in an Optiplex 755 SFF

It does fit it is, it is about the same distance from the drive caddy as the  Dell YP477 hd2400.  It is also a lot shorter than the YP477.

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RE: SAPPHIRE RADEON HD6450 in an Optiplex 755 SFF

Please provide a Picture of the card installed.  Sapphire units with wrap around heatsink are too tall and the cover does not close when they are put in SFF.  They absolutely do not fit in USFF.

Desktop is something else entirely as is the mini tower.



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RE: SAPPHIRE RADEON HD6450 in an Optiplex 755 SFF

Who are you exactly to be demanding anything? I assume from the tone of your post you are accusing me of lying. If I do post a picture I will expect an apology and for you to adjust your atituide.

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RE: SAPPHIRE RADEON HD6450 in an Optiplex 755 SFF

There is no tone in text.  It has no audio components.   I have several cards that do not fit due to the heat sink being too tall and too thick.

SFF vs Desktop is quite a bit different.  The only demands here are not coming from me.

Drive caddy must be hacked off to fit heat  sinks that are too thick.







 


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RE: SAPPHIRE RADEON HD6450 in an Optiplex 755 SFF

For a start text can have tone. It is not too tall there it is the same height as the low profile bracket which is not the bracket you have on that picture.

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