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[WTB] very low power low profile pci gpu

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    all i need is a very low power gpu for running programs even less intensive then microsofts solitare so im hoping not to spend much, the only things i need is low profile, no extra power connectors and must be pci. Im runnings emu's throught it so no supper intense games.

    (to cover my ass i will not disscuss what emu's are if anyone doesn't no nor which i will be using or how i managed to source them, and this is the only time they will be mentioned)
    thanks guys
     
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    il look to see what iv got i might have something around riva tnt 2 or something
     
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    that would be great as long as its pci and low profile:D
     
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    sorry bro all i have is agp cards :( riva TNT2's
     
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    thanks anyway mate, at least ya looked cheers man:D
     
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    I think I have a Nvidia MX4000 somewhere around here, I'll take a look this afternoon.
     
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    that would be great mate cheers:D
     
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    I assume you are in the US? And I thought an Emu was a big fugly bird that couldnt fly :)
     
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    nope uk, why isn't it showing im in the uk? i filled it all in
     
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    it's showing it now
     
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    hmmm dunno why it did that i filled all that in when i first joined
    anyways still looking you guys no where i can get a card? or have any you want to part with?
     
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    thanks mate but not low profile :eek:
     
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    Ahhhh right, I might have something in that case but I am not sure if it's PCI or AGP, whats the actual teeth configuration for PCI that fits into the slot? I have an old 32MB geforce MX200 that apart from the back bracket that is removeable is only about 2.5 inches high and has a passive heatsink on it.
     
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    im not fully shore what you mean by teeth configuration, ive never heard that term before. What do you mean mate :eek:
     
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    The actual bits that go in the slot.... sorry just checked and it's AGP :(
     
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    a well no worries ill keep searching, thanks for the time anywayz
     
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    That FX5200 in Tattys links is low profile, only a 1 slot with no fan so nice and quiet. Didn't see you were in UK, would be pointless for me to ship a MC4000 over th Atlantic :p
     

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