WTB: old PCI video card

Discussion in 'Marketplace Archive 1 (Posts count)' started by LethalWolfe, Sep 23, 2005.

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    LethalWolfe

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    I'm lookin' to by an old PCI video card that'll work in a dual 1ghz Quicksilver. Ideally I'd like one w/S-video out.


    Lethal
     
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    RGunner

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    I might be able to help..

    ATI Xclaim (OS 9 S-video only), DFP, VGA / PCI - $20
    ATI 7000 Radeon (OS 9 and OS X S-video), DVI, VGA / PCI - $40
    ATI 9200 Radeon (not sure about OS 9, OS X S-video out of course), DVI, VGA / PCI - $80

    ATI Rage Pro (NO S-video) VGA out only PCI - $15

    Let me know if interests.. too many PCI cards here....(these are ALL retail cards... not FLASHED PC cards)... I do not endorse taking money away from ATI. My own opinion only. Think there is original software for each card (CD) included.
     
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    Just incase you question RGunner, I just purchased a high end card off of him. Nice card as promised with fast delivery.

    Rob
     
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    doucy2

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    ati radeon 8500 64mb ddr
    ati radeon 9000 128mb ddr
    both really good cards
     
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    dsharits

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    Ditto on that. I've had several transactions with him, including one for a Radeon 7000, and I have nothing but good things to say.
     
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    G5Unit

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    I think those are only AGP cards.
     
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    DJLC

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    9200 works with OS 9 flawlessly.
     
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    dsharits

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    Yes it does, take a look at my MDD in my sig. I'm doing probably the same thing you're trying to do with your Quicksilver, and it works seamlessly with OS X and OS 9, as does the 7000. Both very good cards.
     
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    dmw007

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    The ATI Radeon 9200 would be a good choice.
     

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