[DEAD] Geforce2 MX200 16MB AGP, $10 @ ConsumerDepot

mindless1

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Geforce 2 MX200 16MB AGP, $10 @ ConsumerDepot

No further info is available. Not a great card but it's $10, faster than just about anything you can get for $20 for basic PC or whatever. Express Saver Shipping was $3.60 to my location...

$13.60 delivered

ConsumerDepot has been known to sell stuff in boxes that look a little worn, maybe refurbed, sometimes no driver disc or other accessories, but, uhh, it's $10, and we all know where to get nVidia Detonator Drivers

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TheFishingGeek

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With a lifetime Reseller Rating of 4.94, and a 6-month rating of 3.91, this definitely has a "buyer beware" on it.
 

mindless1

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Yup, buying from them is a risk... i just posted the deal, don't endorse the company (though my last purchase from them was fine, worked).
 

prometheusxls

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I figgure for $13.50 its worth the risk... 1 thing though, does this card coem with TV-Out or VGA only? If its tv-out its a very tempting offer.
 

RBC

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I've purchased twice from them, both times the transactions went just fine. But there is a lot of bad posts about them on the boards.
 

mindless1

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I plead ignorance about GF2MX200 cards... does anyone know if there were standard-sized cards with only 16MB, or perhaps this is a low-profile card?

I know MSI made a low-profile GF2MX200 w/16MB, but it doesn't look like their picture (then again,if ever there was a generic Geforce2MX pic, that looks like it qualifies.
 

cheetoden

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This will be perfect for the computer I'm building for my buddie's daughter to take to college next fall.
 

RedlineSys

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BIG WARNING ABOUT CONSUMER DEPOT!!!!

I've purchased from this company in the past, buying multiple graphics cards from them. Out of EVERY shipment that I'd receive, 2 of the 4 cards would be bad. I even spent money to ship it back to them (doing their whole RMA thing, etc) and the replacement cards that came back were bad as well. STAY AWAY from this company....that's my advice!
 

ezmet

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I agree with Redline Sys... these guys are creepy.

Bought an MX200 - and, to their credit it, does work (but it was packed without any padding).

After that I got a call from one of their "marketing partners". They had my cc # and wanted me to verify my address. I changed my cc# pronto.

Also, now I can't get off of their email list (I replied with remove, I guess I need to call).
 

IronOxide

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got 3 of the last 9, hopefully I don't get myself into trouble. Good luck to others who are trying this.
 

cbrsurfr

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If anyone read the posts on resellerratings, quantity in stock with this company means squat. They can be OOS and still take your money and won't give you a refund. You can get a NEW 32mb MX200 for $29 from Newegg or possibly cheaper on pricewatch. Used/refurbished cards like the ones from this company can be had for less.
 

Unheard

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Just to note, there here in Nashville, TN. The only thing I have noticed about them, is there return policy is zilch on some things. So buyer beware. Otherwise you just take your chances.

--Scott
 

cheetoden

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I got mine today and it looked like someone sat on the Fed Ex box. It was packed in a static bag and then slipped into a plastic bag. That's it. No peanuts or anything! The card was sliding all around inside.

I yanked my GF3 Ti200, put it in and it worked flawlessly. It's a MicroStar MS 8817.

I guess I got lucky with this one!

Good luck to anyone else that got this.