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14 minutes ago, RahulR said:

It's Universal 64-Bit PCI. Universal meaning it works with both 3.3V and 5V 64-Bit PCI slots.

It does look like PCI actually, but the 7800 was PCIe (Except for one AGP version but that wasn't that)

So now you see my confusion :P 


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30 minutes ago, Ryan_Vickers said:

He cut out the plastic on the slot so the full length lard would fit, not the other way around (cutting down the card to fit the slot) xD 

But, you're right that in theory this should work on a PCIe card... although, I'm pretty sure that card is PCIe, so that's where the confusion starts... :/

It's actually an AGP card, that's why it probably broke the card.


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1 minute ago, Ryan_Vickers said:

It does look like PCI actually, but the 7800 was PCIe (Except for one AGP version but that wasn't that)

So now you see my confusion :P 

Oh.. My head hurts now. It looks exactly like 64-bit PCI.

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4 minutes ago, Ryan_Vickers said:

It does look like PCI actually, but the 7800 was PCIe (Except for one AGP version but that wasn't that)

So now you see my confusion :P 

If you look you'll see the card has multiple "section" on the connector, similar to an AGP card... though I might be wrong. xD

 


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1 minute ago, wkdpaul said:

If you look you'll see the card has multiple "section" on the connector, similar to an AGP card... though I might be wrong. xD

 

No, it's definitely not AGP. I have an ATI Rage 128 Pro that's AGP, and the pins look nothing like PCI or PCIe:

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11 minutes ago, wkdpaul said:

If you look you'll see the card has multiple "section" on the connector, similar to an AGP card... though I might be wrong. xD

 

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I think it is a AGP Pro card.


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3 hours ago, matrix07012 said:

oh god, my cousin is 15 and he built his pc pretty much alone, without any problems. Maybe my cousin is just such genious? I dont think so. "pc-gaming is still way too hard"

this makes me cringe.

16 hours ago, wkdpaul said:

"am I going to break it?"

"it looks like it bent a bit but meh, IT MUST BE INSTALLED CORRECTLY! I even looked at the manuals cover once"

16 hours ago, Ryan_Vickers said:

drill+980 ti

why just why??? I would never bring a drill near my PC, heck i dont even bring my coffee near my pc :D

I feel genuinely sorry for the guy and especially for the 980 ti

 

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4 minutes ago, matrix07012 said:

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I think it is a AGP Pro card.

Yeah it does kinda look like that, but I'm not sure, because the fourth "section" of pins looks a bit too long to be AGP pro.

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oh no I started something again didn't I... xD 

Well you guys discuss it and tell me what that thing is in the end :D


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28 minutes ago, RahulR said:

Yeah it does kinda look like that, but I'm not sure, because the fourth "section" of pins looks a bit too long to be AGP pro.

I think it's a PCi-e 16x card.

 

Look at the difference between the first and second slots and look at the third circle, where you can see the pci-e 16 lock. The pin spacing on the card also points to it being pci-e

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17 hours ago, DocSwag said:

Oh god why.....

 

When was that post from though? Cuz that graphics card is like 10 years old....

The imgur post was from 3 years ago, but it didn't lead anywhere, so I'm wondering if you have any idea.

A bit of history on that cut up XFX 7800GTX

The original picture was from 10+ years ago, when both the 7800GTX and 7800GT are still brand new and PCI Express just became the standard for graphic cards. A lot of people are still using P4s or AMD Athlon XP with AGP.

Here is the original thread, I still remember like it was yesterday.  xD

http://www.techist.com/forums/f6/nvidia-7800-wont-work-63893/

Thread is still alive, last post made 2015. Need to bump it. :D

 

 

 

 


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Hello everyone! I've gotten a bit bored of the Uneducated Reviews thing, so if anyone wants to continue it, I'll upload the photo gallery here.

 

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I don't understand why review 1 & 3 are so bad? - Review two has me confused... probably because there isn't any context, and their English is terrible.

 

Review 1 without context is impossible to comment on, but it may be entirely true - the Macbook Pro, or Mac Pro is a powerful bit of kit and was bleeding edge up until Skylake. 

 

Review 3 should probably have invested some money into buying a decent laptop, rather than buying the cheapest Windows PC... But OS X on PCIe SSDs is amazingly fluid and quick, their keyboards have been a dream to type on since circa 2011, and iMovie is a pretty good bit of software for the home-user. 


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13 minutes ago, Belgarathian said:

I don't understand why review 1 & 3 are so bad? - Review two has me confused... probably because there isn't any context, and their English is terrible.

 

Review 1 without context is impossible to comment on, but it may be entirely true - the Macbook Pro, or Mac Pro is a powerful bit of kit and was bleeding edge up until Skylake. 

 

Review 3 should probably have invested some money into buying a decent laptop, rather than buying the cheapest Windows PC... But OS X on PCIe SSDs is amazingly fluid and quick, their keyboards have been a dream to type on since circa 2011, and iMovie is a pretty good bit of software for the home-user. 

I know. I just chose ones that might have something wrong with them.

 

Also there's quite a few more reviews from that. I tried deleting those but it didn't work.


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I offered to help my flatmate buy a laptop, but he said he had it sorted from his sister's boyfriend for $100. This is what he came home with. xD

 

 

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That's windows XP... with SP2 no less... how does he live?


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6 minutes ago, Belgarathian said:

I offered to help my flatmate buy a laptop, but he said he had it sorted from his sister's boyfriend for $100. This is what he came home with. xD

 

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He should tell his sister to break up with that man for selling him crap like that for 100USD... and he should be ashamed of himself for buying it for 100USD...

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2 minutes ago, Ryan_Vickers said:

That's windows XP... with SP2 no less... how does he live?

I'm surrounded by them - Dad is an Architect who for his professional & private life uses a laptop for 8+ hours a day (and carried in a briefcase to building sites and has never been protected with a carry case). Just managed to get him to upgrade from his old Macbook Pro (2008) as it was literally falling apart.

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Let me guess, he just handed it over and started using it?  Like didn't bother formatting at all or anything either?


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1 minute ago, Ryan_Vickers said:

Let me guess, he just handed it over and started using it?  Like didn't bother formatting at all or anything either?

It's a fresh install... Notice WMP9?


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1 minute ago, Belgarathian said:

I'm surrounded by them - Dad is an Architect who for his professional & private life uses a laptop for 8+ hours a day (and carried in a briefcase to building sites and has never been protected with a carry case). Just managed to get him to upgrade from his old Macbook Pro (2008) as it was literally falling apart.

 

wait, what that's a macbook!? O.o Wow, they're sure come a long way in terms of design... that thing is ugly as sin xD 


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2 minutes ago, Ryan_Vickers said:

wait, what that's a macbook!? O.o Wow, they're sure come a long way in terms of design... that thing is ugly as sin xD 

For a 5:4 screen laptop, that doesn't look too bad...

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14 minutes ago, Belgarathian said:

I offered to help my flatmate buy a laptop, but he said he had it sorted from his sister's boyfriend for $100. This is what he came home with. xD

 

 

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Its a probook, part of hp business line up. Still a lot better than todays cheap crap. Probably came with vista business and the downgrade rights to xp pro. Can probably upgrade ram and change to a ssd. 

They most likely cost at least $1,500 when it was new. Before backlit led keys. There is a built in led lamp on the bezel of the screen. Can't tell if that one has.


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1 minute ago, Ryan_Vickers said:

wait, what that's a macbook!? O.o Wow, they're sure come a long way in terms of design... that thing is ugly as sin xD 

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