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Older high end GPU thread *Pics*

Discussion in 'Graphics Cards' started by boomstik360, Jan 24, 2012.

  1. MF BIGRELLY New Member

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    My GeForce2 Ultra sitting in a Asus P4T Pentium 4 i850 Motherboard with a P4 1.5ghz socket 423 cpu and 1 gig of RDRAM Memory it was the gun 12 years ago and cost heaps lol, So old now god dam it!!

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    I had an HP Kayak XU700 that had a similar cpu and ram setup. although that p4 wasn't the fastest... it did have a snappy feel to it with the rdram
     
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    I found these in the garage , A monster 3Dpci 4 mb and a STB 3DFX Voodoo3 PCI 16M SGRAM V3 PCI Video Card and a duel head Matrox card.
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    Hello,

    I found some old pictures. At first a ASUS Radeon 9800 XT.

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    Nice! Still haven't seen any big 6000 series nvidias?! Whats up with that?
     
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    I do have a 6800 ultra around some ware, If i find it I will post a pic..
     
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    Looking around for my SLI pic.

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    Nope can't find it.
     
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    My old Chaintech Ti 4200 with aftermarket heatsink. I am amazed that thing didn't blow up after thousands of hours of UT :laugh:
     
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    Yea, someone post a GeForce 6800 Ultra, damn thing required 2 molex connectors lol, and have yet to see any FX "DustBuster" lol
     
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    Let's go 6800ultra! Gt, and Gs!
     
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    Here is what I can offer:

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    You know, I looked at this picture and wondered "where is the CF bridge?" Then I remembered that you had to have a Master and a Slave card to run CF with the X1800's and X1900's that used a "dongle":(

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    Damn you've had some sick rigs!
     
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    ATI Radeon X850XT PE 256MB. If I remember right it was $425. Still functions perfectly fine. This thing was a beast in its day, save for Shader model 3. I guess I took the fan apart at sometime during its life, that must be why there's electrical tape there. I didn't get a new card after this until my first 3850, mainly because this card handled everything just fine.
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    Bump!
     
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    Alreet lads - I gots a X850XT PE on AGP, Tottaly love the thing to death. I'll take a pic of it in the morning when im less drunk. I fitted an Arctic silencer 4 on it i think.

    card was a total beast even on my AGP rig - L4D at max settings and shit. really awesome card. pitty its not so rare here.
     
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    4GB mushkin RedLine DDR500; due to a chipset limitation only 3520MB are usable even with 64bit OS :(
    HIS HD3850 IceQ3 Turbo AGP @ 824/1215 0.974v (stock 720/910 1.254v)
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    gets >12000 in 3dmark06: http://3dmark.com/3dm06/16389337 ;)


    The HIS HD3850 in all its glory. Notice the single heatpipe :laugh:
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    Here's a Hercules 3D Prophet 4500 Kyro II

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    i wish HIS would use that cooler (or similar) on their newer cards instead of the central fan design they're starting to use now. HIS had been the top of my list for a while simply b/c their coolers were better yet still put all the hot air out of the back of the case, but not anymore...
     
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    I agree, they are very useful for small cases:

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    Quite cramped in there...I need to get one of those left angled SATA cables
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