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KhmerBalla
04-12-05, 04:15 AM
I have for sell an extra xfx 6600gt with a zalman vf700-cu. I had this running in sli, but i only play counter strike and sli is useless with counter strike since one card can handle it already. So i will let this go for 170 Shipped.

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v449/khmerballa/DSC00475.jpg

All Prices include shipping. Prefer payment is paypal
For feedback i have feedback under patrick_lim in ebay 39Positive
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Feel free to pm me or email me at patricklim@mcihispeed.net

jake_maveric_05
04-12-05, 04:53 PM
I like the card. Would luv to have it, would make an excellent upgrade from my ti4200. Just wish I had the money. :D ....j/w is it PCI-E or AGP?

Here's a BUMP for a great card,with a good price.

stncttr908
04-12-05, 05:25 PM
I like the card. Would luv to have it, would make an excellent upgrade from my ti4200. Just wish I had the money. :D ....j/w is it PCI-E or AGP?

Here's a BUMP for a great card,with a good price.
That's a PCIe card. Just look at the slot.

KhmerBalla
04-12-05, 08:48 PM
price drop to 170 shipped lets get this card out of my hands need money for a paintball gun.

ss284
04-12-05, 11:06 PM
Do you have the original stock heatsink and the original retail box accessories?

-Steve

KhmerBalla
04-13-05, 05:36 AM
Yes it will come everything retail.

jake_maveric_05
04-13-05, 04:22 PM
I dont know how to tell the difference

That's a PCIe card. Just look at the slot.

Edge
04-13-05, 06:02 PM
I dont know how to tell the difference
On AGP cards, the long connector is toward the video out ports and the short connector is toward the other side, while as you can see from the picture, PCI-E is exactly the opposite. Nvidia cards also have an extra short connector on top of the card (for SLI, I believe?).

jake_maveric_05
04-14-05, 04:02 PM
Oh yea i do see a difference. Thx.


On AGP cards, the long connector is toward the video out ports and the short connector is toward the other side, while as you can see from the picture, PCI-E is exactly the opposite. Nvidia cards also have an extra short connector on top of the card (for SLI, I believe?).