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Looking for an old Graphics card

Hello all,

I have a computer that I want to get running, unfortunately, there is no signal when I plug in the display to the integrated GPU outputs.
So I wanted to debug the computer by plugging in a dedicated GPU, but I have none.

So, does anybody have an old GPU with a PCI-e connection and no external power requirements (max 75W which can be delivered via PCI-e) for sale or even for one-day lending? I just want to be sure, that it will work with the GPU before I put too much money into it.

I live in Wallisellen, I could come to pick it up.

Thanks
Jozef
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Old 10.09.2021, 10:59
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Hello all,

I have a computer that I want to get running, unfortunately, there is no signal when I plug in the display to the integrated GPU outputs.
So I wanted to debug the computer by plugging in a dedicated GPU, but I have none.

So, does anybody have an old GPU with a PCI-e connection and no external power requirements (max 75W which can be delivered via PCI-e) for sale or even for one-day lending? I just want to be sure, that it will work with the GPU before I put too much money into it.

I live in Wallisellen, I could come to pick it up.

Thanks
Jozef
sorry, can't help myself. I have recently thrown out a lot of old hardware. You know how it is, you don't look at something in years and the moment it's gone it turns out somebody could have used it.

But when hunting parts, Ricardo can be a good place.
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Re: Looking for an old Graphics card

I will have a look if I have one, if so, it will be yours.
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Re: Looking for an old Graphics card

Good luck, I hope someone can help you out. I also recently offloaded a lot of old components but I've not seen a PCI-E graphics card without external power connector, even in fairly low spec pre-built PCs
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Good luck, I hope someone can help you out. I also recently offloaded a lot of old components but I've not seen a PCI-E graphics card without external power connector, even in fairly low spec pre-built PCs
I am looking for some old card something like GT (5/6/7)20 or similar, as far I know, they do not require additional power apart from the power they get from PCI-e.
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Re: Looking for an old Graphics card

i came to this thread expecting AGP or ISA bus.

i have a pcie card, unfortunately, too far away to lend (and i still need it).
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Good luck, I hope someone can help you out. I also recently offloaded a lot of old components but I've not seen a PCI-E graphics card without external power connector, even in fairly low spec pre-built PCs
they exist. there were some low end cards. i had some which were passively cooled (for a silent pc build).
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Not needed anymore, looks like MB is dead. Thank you all, mods you can close the thread.
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Re: Looking for an old Graphics card

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