Get the cheapest Video Card ever.
No auctions allowed.. sorry. Now, if that guy were willing to sell his Banshee outright for $25, that'd be different.
[This message has been edited by Joel Kleppinger (edited 09-14-99).]
Krueger linked to an Ebay auction, which would be against our policy of not allowing auction links (Look at the Description for the forum).
And I dare say it wasn't the cheapest video card ever... a Banshee for $25 (which is what the current bid was with at least a day left on it) isn't a bad price, but not the best deal ever. I suggest checking out the Value America deal - you can get a V3 3000 for ~$35 after rebate and the Value dollars.. now THAT's a STEAL. =)
I'm eyeing the All In Wonder 128 for ~$75.. I think I can deal with that kind of price reduction. [img]/forum/smile.gif[/img]
Yeah, if you can GET INTO ValueAmerica's Web site! They can't seem to handle the traffic; all I get is "too many users - try again later".
Well, I got through this morning with an order on the All In Wonder 128. Final price will be $80 shipped after the $30 rebate.
And I thought nobody had read my post! [img]/forum/wink.gif[/img]
And Joel, you are talking the 16MB model aren't you? [img]/forum/smile.gif[/img]
[This message has been edited by Underclocked (edited 09-16-99).]
Yes and the PCI version in fact. It doesn't appear that the 32MB version is out anywhere as of yet, much like the 3500TV's abscence from real life. I got PCI so I can do multi-monitor in the future with whatever late/great video card is out there running the show on the main monitor.
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