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candle_86
09-11-06, 05:58 PM
I don't care if its the PCX5300 right now my computer is using a S3 Mirage and a cheap PCIe card would be nicer than this 1pp DX7 chip.

Roadhog
09-11-06, 07:08 PM
www.newegg.com - 7300GT

candle_86
09-11-06, 07:38 PM
I can't order online, I don't have a credit card, this is my problem.

I can also trade for this. VIA c3 GigaPro, ECS P6VEM+, 64mb PC100, 250W PSU, ATX Case, 56x CD-Rom, 3 1/2 + 5 1/4 floopy combo drive.

Roadhog
09-11-06, 08:38 PM
I can't order online, I don't have a credit card, this is my problem.

I can also trade for this. VIA c3 GigaPro, ECS P6VEM+, 64mb PC100, 250W PSU, ATX Case, 56x CD-Rom, 3 1/2 + 5 1/4 floopy combo drive.

well do your parent have one? Newegg takes check and paypal I think.

candle_86
09-11-06, 08:54 PM
well do your parent have one? Newegg takes check and paypal I think.

im 19, I don't live at home. I don't have a checking account and thats why I don't have a debit card.

nukem
09-11-06, 10:11 PM
Did you check compusa? They have a 6200LE for $44 (http://www.compusa.com/products/products.asp?N=200105+4294966325+9&Ne=500000&Cn=Computer_Upgrades_Video_Cards)

crainger
09-12-06, 12:21 AM
Make one yourself... All you need is some cheese, a comb and some paste.

Sorry I'm not helping. I'd try your local store. I notice for low end stuff they are always cheaper than online, they are teh suck for mid to high end though.

candle_86
09-12-06, 01:11 AM
My friend is feeling nice for some reason untill I solve my problem I get to borrow his 7800GT, still looking though, not sure I want to pay 180 for a 7800GT.