FS: nVidia GeForce FX 5200 (64MB VRAM), ADC to VGA, ADC to DVI

Discussion in 'Marketplace Archive 2' started by mikemodena, Jan 4, 2006.

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    mikemodena

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    Hey guys, my 9800 pro just came so I have a GeForce FX 5200 with 64MB VRAM 8X AGP, looking for $40 shipped. I also have an ADC to VGA adapter and ADC to DVI adapter, both would be $20 shipped (each). I will also include a DVI to VGA adapter free with the card.

    Edit: The card has ADC and DVI connections
     
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    mikemodena

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    G5Unit

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    Well, considering it's the lowest possible card for a PM G5.(I just ugraded from this card to an X800Xt) People won't really have a point in buying it. Keep it, as a backup, that's what I did:p
     
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    mikemodena

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    It works with a G4 correct? I would think it would be a nice upgrade from a Rage. I'm gonna see if my school's studio wants to buy it for the G4's in the basic class.. but I still need to sell these adapters.
     
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    dsharits

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    It only works with a G4 if it is physically hacked, meaning cutting some of the pins off so it will fit in the slot.
     
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    me hate windows

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    will the card work in a sawtooth 400mhz AGP 2x G4?
     
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    doucy2

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    like said above it needs to be physically hacks (pins cuttoff)
    you should just go get an ati 8500 or 9000
     
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    i know your post is almost 2 years old, but did you ever sell that ADC to VGA adapter? They're very hard to find these days, and if you still have it, i'd love you to reply here. thanks
     

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