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Ian Field
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Mon Apr 01, 2013 4:10 pm   



I'm trying to identify an AGP card that is fully enclosed in an aluminium
shell (with twin fans), there are no external markings whatsoever - there's
nothing that amounts to a model number with the shell removed, but it has a
large Nvidia FX chip under the main heatsink. As well as the regular VGA
connector it has a TV out connector and DVI.

Is there a sort of "rogues gallery" that I might pick it out from - a bit
like an identity parade?

Thanks for any help.

tuinkabouter
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Mon Apr 01, 2013 9:11 pm   



On 4/1/2013 6:10 PM, Ian Field wrote:
Quote:
I'm trying to identify an AGP card that is fully enclosed in an
aluminium shell (with twin fans), there are no external markings
whatsoever - there's nothing that amounts to a model number with the
shell removed, but it has a large Nvidia FX chip under the main
heatsink. As well as the regular VGA connector it has a TV out connector
and DVI.

Is there a sort of "rogues gallery" that I might pick it out from - a
bit like an identity parade?

You can try the FCC ID.

Ian Field
Guest

Mon Apr 01, 2013 9:51 pm   



"tuinkabouter" <dachthetniet_at_net.invalid> wrote in message
news:kjct1r$rfl$1_at_dont-email.me...
Quote:
On 4/1/2013 6:10 PM, Ian Field wrote:
I'm trying to identify an AGP card that is fully enclosed in an
aluminium shell (with twin fans), there are no external markings
whatsoever - there's nothing that amounts to a model number with the
shell removed, but it has a large Nvidia FX chip under the main
heatsink. As well as the regular VGA connector it has a TV out connector
and DVI.

Is there a sort of "rogues gallery" that I might pick it out from - a
bit like an identity parade?

You can try the FCC ID.

Once or twice in the past, that's gone nowhere!

Someone on another group identified it, and I was able to find the drivers
pretty quick after that.

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