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G-Man
03-25-08, 09:00 PM
Mint Nvidia Quadro FX 3450 PCI-E Card, pulled out of a HP Workstation. I'm looking to get $200 OBO. I am located near Pismo Beach, California

The NVIDIA Quadro FX 3450 is the industry-leading high-end workstation graphics for CAD, DCC and Scientific applications. Featuring the performance, programmability, precision and quality of Quadro FX products, the NVIDIA Quadro FX 3450 delivers 256MB frame buffer memory, 3 GB/s memory bandwidth, 256-bit memory interface and support for ultra high-resolution panels up to 3840x2400 blowing away all competitive workstation products in standard OpenGL workstation benchmarks. The Quadro FX 3450 offers a new level of interactivity for engineers and designers enabling unprecedented performance, features and photo-realistic image quality leading to shorter production cycles and faster time-to-market.
Performance & Features

Features include an array of parallel vertex engines, fully programmable pixel pipelines, a high-speed graphics memory bus, and next-generation crossbar memory architecture:

* 256MB G-DDR3 graphics memory
* High-Precision Dynamic Range Imaging Technology
* Dual Link DVI-I (connector 1) + Single Link DVI-I (connector 2)
* SLI support
* Full support for Vertex and Shader Model 3.0
* Infinite length vertex and pixel programmability and dynamic flow control
* 12-bit subpixel precision
* Rotated-Grid Full-Scene antialiasing
* OpenGL quad-buffered stereo
* Advanced high-level shading language support for both OpenGL and DirectX
* Optimized and certified for OpenGL 2.0 and DirectX. 9.0c
* Multi-display productivity

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SLippe
03-25-08, 09:35 PM
Will it run Crysis? :D

I kid.

You need to post some sort of Feedback.

G-Man
03-25-08, 10:23 PM
I've never sold anything here, but I'll post actual pics when I get home from work tonight :)

it'll run Crysis at a whooping 10 FPS!

Technoholic
03-25-08, 11:31 PM
Feedback like eBay or Heatware.

SLippe
03-26-08, 02:26 AM
You might need to register with MikeC.