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Old March 18, 2009, 09:20 PM
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Originally Posted by garugaga View Post
I would go for the 4350 if I were you. According to this review:
AnandTech: ATI Radeon HD 4350 and 4550: Great HTPC Solutions
It says that while the 4350 and the 4550 both support full hardware decoding of a 1080p video the 4350 can not handle 2 simultaneous video streams. So if you want to use picture in picture the second video stream will have to be handled by your CPU.

And, no a x16 PCIe 1.0 slot will not bottleneck a 4350 or a 4550.
wait, you're confusing me... you tell me to go for the 4350, but then tell me it's at a disadvantage to the 4550...

I think you made a typo
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