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TPU's Nostalgic Hardware Club

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    My old XFX GTX 7950 GT passive

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    I haven't even looked yet. But that is the same thing I have. Mine also has the Creative dvd drive with it.
     
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    I have that same cpu cooler. Its awesome. green led a plus and its really quiet. Thats a sweet lookin gpu. I think I seen someone sellin one on here. Was tempted cause its silent. How is it?
     
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    I found the disc- I can send it over to you when I refind it :laugh:

    I got PC parts all over the place... in middle of hardware swaps
     
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    Cool man. :toast:
     
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    Who Can Guess what This is
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    Clue ! you probably have not seen one on this site before :roll:
     
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    Frick Fishfaced Nincompoop

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    It's one of them addon graphic cards? I have something similiar.
     
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    Thanks man ! :toast: Yes is one of my favorites.





    Mine is getting old and make some nasty-strange noise.

    For today is just a good looking card requires 6 pin power and is good for 2D app. forget gaming is too old :p
     
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    Those 7950GT go for cheap here. I spot one for auction/sale every once in a while. Good DX9 cards. That noise though, you might check if it is coil whine. It will be harder with that card, since it doesn't switch between 2D/3D clocks (to see if there's any change in noise intensity).
     
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    I meant about noise my CPU cooler bro :laugh: that Zalman CNPS 9700 Nvidia ed.



    I also have an old 8800 GT alpha dog edition :rockout:
     
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    Yup. I see planty of them on eBay.
     
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    back of card says Intel ADD LP AGP
    Silk screen printed on front says LR2907 pcb rev c
    Pulled it out from an old Fujitsu Siemens computer
    As i understand its purpose was to feed the onboard intel intergrated Graphics from motherbord via the agp slot to moniter
    A cheapskate graphics adapter

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    culled this from the Silicon Image website
    ADD cards are adapter cards that plug into AGP slots and provide digital video output (DVO) for connection of PC video to digital displays with HDMI® and DVI interfaces using the PC graphics controller to generate the video.
     
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    Without further ado...

    Here's the card!
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    Fine addition to the club, ain't it?
     
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    And some more that are "Much Older"
    AVANCE LOGIC PCI
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    3dfx STB Velocity 100 AGP2x 8MB Voodoo3 1000
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    ATI Rage 128 AGP2x
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    128MB AGP Gigabyte ATi Radeon 9200 GV-R9200NF
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    S3 Virage Trio64_V_Plus
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    Diamond Viper 330 PCI 4m
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    Early ram Next? or some early CPU's ?
     
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    Holy shit JP!!!!! That is frigging awesome man!!!!!! Good job my friend on that find. :)
     
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    Flip a coin.
    Thanks. Should I frame it and display on a wall? :p
    Now I need time to test it. :\
     
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    That's the idea. ;)
     
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    jp where do you get old hardware brooo
     
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    By scouting trough online/offline personal ads, auctions, garage sales, flea markets...the usual.
    I was actually looking for something else (a cheap mobo sidegrade/upgrade), when I spotted that card.
     
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