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Ultimate Geek
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# 251379 22-Jun-2019 14:53
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Up for auction is a near-new Pny Quadro P2000 5GB Video Card.


This card is ideal for CAD work, virtualisation use, or even if you have a popular Plex server, as it is no encode/decode limit like the consumer cards.




Ports: 4 x DP 1.4 (one DP to DVI cable is included).


For full specs, see:




This was purchased from the States a few months ago. The card has a 3 year warranty which can be claimed if necessary directly from the manufacturer. Per the warranty agreement, shipping from NZ would not be covered however. In my experience, these are very solid cards.




We originally purchased this for a brief PoC of DDA with Hyper-V. I was then going to use it in my virtualised Plex server but never ended up installing it. I don't have enough people connecting that require transcoding to warrant me keeping it. It has been used for approx two days since new and tests fine.




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  # 2263460 24-Jun-2019 14:59
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Am just needing to hunt down a new job at present, if you're still looking to offload it in a month or two, look me up. :)

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  # 2263959 25-Jun-2019 12:15
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Thanks - will do

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