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Ultimate Geek
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Topic # 24323 21-Jul-2008 15:25
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Hi,

I have a Sapphire Radeon HD2400 PRO Video Card, 256MB, DDR2, 4/8xAGP, TV out, DVI, HDTV graphics card for sale.

Bus 4/8xAGP
Chipset Radeon HD 2400 Pro
RAM 256 MB
RAM type DDR2
AGP speed 4/8x
Memory bus 64
Core clock 525 MHz
Dual head No
DVI Yes
Video in No
TV out Yes
TV tuner No
Low profile No
HDTV Yes

It's in PRISTINE condition. It's been sitting in the box unused for a while. (I never had the time to set up my media pc with it).

Includes:
Original Box
Graphics card
Driver CD
Installation guide
Component cables
Composite cable
DVI->VGA adapter

I bought the card for $120, so am looking for about $80 + shipping. But I'm open to offers.

Cheers

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  Reply # 149921 21-Jul-2008 16:00
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Im so out of date with videocards....  would this be better than my current 7600GS ? (wanting a bit more kick out of my system without the cost ;) )




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  Reply # 149930 21-Jul-2008 16:36
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don't think so Frown



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  Reply # 152510 29-Jul-2008 19:44
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sold to dralex . Great trader.

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