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    Older dual monitor video cards

    Just checking to see if any buyers have a market for older dual monitor video cards. Picked up from a client the other day and they had multiple boxes of these. Many boxes still taped shut. I have AMD Rdn hd 6350, Nivida 8400GS and ATI Rdn 2400XT. All have splitters.



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    When you say "many boxes", how many cards are you talking? Do you mean cases with unopened new cards?

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    Quote Originally Posted by shig View Post
    When you say "many boxes", how many cards are you talking? Do you mean cases with unopened new cards?
    Not cases. Probably 20


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