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Thread: Xelo geforce cards?




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    Anyone ever used or even heard of Xelo geforce cards?

    I found this card very cheap at a local store, I did not buy it though as I don't know anything about the Xelo brand.

    "Xelo4 Ti4200 128Mb 8X TV OUT DVI"

    A quick search on google gave me this link.

    Is it just me or does that cooling solution look rather poor..:?:


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    If it's a good price, and it's local go for it! Unless you are going for o/c'in and need a monster HSF OOTB then don't bother. But hey if it burns up return it. Simple as that :D
    Box:
    [Mobo] Asus A7N8X w/ Modified 1003 Uber BIOS w/ Custom Boot logo
    [CPU] Athlon XP 2200+ Thoroughbred
    [Memory] 512 Samsung PC3200 DDR400 w/ Copper Heatsink(s)
    [Video Card] Geforce 3 ti200 128 DDR Special Gold Edition

    Cooling
    [Case] All aluminum Skyhawk case w/ custom cut blowhole
    [HSF] Volcano 11 Xaser Edition
    [Northbridge] ThermalTake Crystal Orb
    [Southbridge] Aluminum Northbridge heatsink attatched

    Operating System:
    [OS] Windows XP Pro w/ SP1

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