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Topic # 9549 26-Sep-2006 14:04
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I have a graphics card here i believe its a MGA 64-bit Graphics Matrox Millennium II and i don't know much about this card. could someone tell me more infomation about this card. how much its worth. if its good quality etc

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  Reply # 46893 26-Sep-2006 14:27
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there's a thing on the web call "Google" which you can search for info. you might have to filter through a bit but you can start with using the keywords of the brand, make and model as your starting point.

Try look for it yourself first, then come ask. Not everything will be served with silver spoon.

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  Reply # 46899 26-Sep-2006 15:58
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I can tell you it a an old card, as in couple of years at least, you could run Windows on it but no games, too old.  If you want an idea of value look at trademe.


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  Reply # 46900 26-Sep-2006 16:09
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How much ram has your card got??

Heres a trademe search for MGA matrox

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  Reply # 46912 26-Sep-2006 18:00
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i have seen al the other mellenium II cards but none look quite this one...

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  Reply # 48474 12-Oct-2006 15:12
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Hi there the Millenium is an old card .. info and drivers can be obtained from

It's actually a good card for 2D work (word processing, spreadsheets, photos), got very good colour reproduction and nice sharp picture quality.  Matrox have always been good at that and it's what they target.
For 3D stuff like games .. completely useless these days I'm afraid.

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