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Reply 40 of 43, by meljor

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Found one! Happy now 😎

asus tx97-e, 233mmx, voodoo1, s3 virge ,sb16
asus p5a, k6-3+ @ 550mhz, voodoo2 12mb sli, gf2 gts, awe32
asus p3b-f, p3-700, voodoo3 3500TV agp, awe64
asus tusl2-c, p3-S 1,4ghz, voodoo5 5500, live!
asus a7n8x DL, barton cpu, 6800ultra, Voodoo3 pci, audigy1

Reply 41 of 43, by NitroX infinity

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New month, new auction; Quantum3D
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Reply 42 of 43, by jesolo

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I understand why you would want to part with most of these cards.
I've also been collecting PC parts (cases, motherboards, sound cards, graphics cards, etc.) to a point where most of these are packed away in boxes.

At first I started out just building up one or two nice retro PCs for myself but, then asked myself. What happens if my retro PCs motherboard or graphics card cease to work in 2 or 10 years from now? How am I going to replace then?

So, I started to collect "backup" parts for my old PCs. But, I guess I got a little bit too "excited". But, I'm again too reluctant to part with any of my hardware now, since the older parts are just getting more scarce by the day. I made that mistake a couple of years ago by parting with a very nice 486 PC and regret it to this day.