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Topic # 160151 26-Dec-2014 10:09
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I'm after an old / basic PCI-e grahpics card.

Not looking at spending much as I'll only need it for a day or 2 to copy files of an old system for a family friend. 
None of my PCs have IDE ports anymore and the hard drive doesn't fit onto my IDE to usb adaptor and would have to swap over PSU aswell in order to use the card from my main PC.




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  Reply # 1203914 26-Dec-2014 10:09
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Hey, have you listed a price, location and how much shipping would be to other parts of New Zealand? Also if you are asking for a PM make sure your Privacy settings allow your account to receive PM otherwise people can't contact you. Also note if you are selling something we ask you to offer to other members first. Links to private sales (including Trade Me posts) aren't accepted anymore and will be removed.




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  Reply # 1206923 1-Jan-2015 17:22
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Where are you?

I have one to lend but I have no time to post it. You would have to collect and bring back.


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  Reply # 1206924 1-Jan-2015 17:24
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I have one you can collect and keep in beach haven if youre nearby.




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  Reply # 1206951 1-Jan-2015 18:34
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If you're based in Wellington I have a multi IDE / SATA to USB cable you can borrow - I have not found one drive that doesn't work with it (well, maybe SCSI).






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  Reply # 1206960 1-Jan-2015 19:22
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Opps forgot to add I'm based in Auckland CBD / Ellerslie

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  Reply # 1206982 1-Jan-2015 21:25
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Andib: Opps forgot to add I'm based in Auckland CBD / Ellerslie


I've got the following card I pulled out of an old PC recently:
 
HIS ATI Radeon HD 3450  256MB.

I'm in Papakura - work in the CBD but not back to work for a week. It is only DVI or S-Video out.

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