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Geforce 2 GTS Price

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by CoolerMaster, Jul 27, 2004.

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  1. CoolerMaster

    CoolerMaster Thread Starter

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    I have a GeForce2 GTS graphics card that comes with the driver user manual, asus dvd software player, Ulead studio with mpeg2 encoder, soldier of fortune, and a pair of 3d glasses. What do you think a fair price for a graphics card like this is? It is 32MB AGP 2x/4x and the model is AGP-V7700 Deluxe.

    Let me know,
    CoolerMaster
     
  2. Skivvywaver

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    It is very outdated. $20 maybe. Maybe more if someone needs a card. The thing is you can buy better cards on newegg for less than $50.
     
  3. CoolerMaster

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    alright. I see what you mean, but if anyone wants it private message me. I think $20 sounds reasonable. Its just sitting on my shelf and i'd rather have $20. Im thinking of selling it on ebay, so if you're interested tell me quickly.

    Well another idea just occured to me. I have an old computer sitting downstairs that we might decide to put in an apartment we are renting. Maybe this card would be an upgrade from the one that computer already has. That would be hard to believe, but maybe.
     
  4. Squashman

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    Just my opinion but I think $20 is even too much. I would just keep around for an emergency backup. I keep alot of my old video cards around for to use in Linux and Netware Servers I do testing on.

    The PCI Express video cards will be coming out soon as well. No more AGP.
     
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