Card Identified------Help me identify this Nvidia Card. **Pics Added**

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  1. Tal

    Tal Golden Member

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    Standard looking Nvidia card with retail HS/Fan. Two memory heatsink spreaders on the top side. One DVI and One 15-pin connector.

    On the reverse is a sticker that says:

    VGA Card(180-P0032-0100-A)

    And below that: E-G012-01-1494(b)
    2001.08

    The only information I could google up was about a Geforce II Ultra. Is that what this thing is? Pretty sure I'll have one on the FS/FT if that's the case. Thanks, -Tal

    EDIT: Pics below...

    http://pics.bbzzdd.com/users/tal_/card001.jpg
    http://pics.bbzzdd.com/users/tal_/card002.jpg
    http://pics.bbzzdd.com/users/tal_/card003.jpg
     
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  3. Fenuxx

    Fenuxx Senior member

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    How about a pic? That would help alot.
     
  4. imverygifted

    imverygifted Golden Member

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    ya, lets see a pic
     
  5. VIAN

    VIAN Diamond Member

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    I think it's a Geforce 3. But of course, a pic would be easier to say.
     
  6. Creig

    Creig Diamond Member

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    Why not just swap it into a system and see? Maybe use a program like Sisoft Sandra to read the BIOS information. That should tell you everything about it.
     
  7. Tal

    Tal Golden Member

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    Pics added. Creig's suggestion noted. I have a mess in my lab area where I would do this as I'm working on a few other people's computers right now.
     
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    imported_Hi Platinum Member

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    I say GF3/4 series
     
  9. Keysplayr

    Keysplayr Elite Member

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    GeForce 3 series
     
  10. Tal

    Tal Golden Member

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    This is a pull from a dell workstation by the way. If that helps any. I couldn't find anything about it on Dell's site. Ahhh... Guess I can put my teleworking on hold and go install that new PSU for one of the PC's I'm working on. That should clear up some space. Maybe I can just boot the FC3 DVD. That should tell me the model right? As Anaconda boots the installer?
     
  11. lavaheadache

    lavaheadache Diamond Member

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    Why not just put fan and heatsink off to read what it says on the chip?
     
  12. Insomniak

    Insomniak Banned

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    That's definitely some form of GeForce 3.
     
  13. Fenuxx

    Fenuxx Senior member

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    Yup, my friend, that is a bonifide GeForce3. Don't think its a GF3 Ti though. If I were to say, I would say its a standard, plain-old GF3.
     
  14. Tal

    Tal Golden Member

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    FC3 DVD says ........ Geforece 2 GTS

    Guess it's going in the pile next to my tnt2's... :) Thanks for all your help everyone.