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Name all the Video cards you ever owned.

Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce' started by nz3777, Dec 25, 2017.

  1. nz3777

    nz3777 Ancient Guru

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    1st of all happy holidays to all my fellow Guru members, Yes I am a little bored as you can see so figured we can strike up some small talk.....

    Here is my list
    1) Radeon 6570 crossfire DDR3 1gb
    2) Radeon 6870 then onto crossfire here also
    3) Radeon 6970 Crossfire ( All kinds of problems here )
    4) Radeon 7770

    Decided to try Team Green...
    1) Geforce Gtx 580 EVGA 1.5 gb DDR5
    2)Geforce Gtx 660 Ti evga 2GB I think>
    3) Geforce Gtx 770 Refrence design 2gb
    4) Geforce Gtx 780 EVGA acx cooler 3gb- Most powerful Gpu I owned!
    5) Asus Geforce Gtx 980 Strix 4gb DDR5 - a little faster then my 780 but way cooler.
     
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  2. Vibe

    Vibe Master Guru

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    I wouldn't remember them all but do a few.

    • Voodoo 3
    • Voodoo 5500
    • TNT Riva or TNT 2 Riva
    • Geforce 3
    • Geforce 280
    • Geforce 580
    • Geforce 680
    • Geforce 970
    • Geforce 1080
    • Geforce 210
    • Matrox Parhelia....anyone remember that badass reef demo for this card?
    • Diamond SIS???
     
  3. CalculuS

    CalculuS Ancient Guru

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    • ATI 4250 HD
    • 6850 HD x 2
    • 7950 HD
    • GTX 970
    • GTX 680
    • 6950 HD
    These are the cards i've used, I have a ton more older cards.
     
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  4. Agonist

    Agonist Ancient Guru

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    Gonna try and remember this. Gonna be in order as much as I can remember and there is a big time frames of gpus owned an died. IDK I can remember all of the gpus I have had.

    TNT Riva 8MB
    Voodo 6mb
    Voodo 2
    geforce mx 440 64mb
    Radeon 9200 256mb
    FX 5700 256
    ATI 9800 pro 256
    6800 GS 256
    7800 GT 256
    7950 GT 512
    8800 GTS 512
    8800 GTS 640 sli
    HD 3850 256
    HD 4870 512
    HD 5770 crossfire
    GTX 560ti 1GB
    GTX 560ti 448 1280
    GTX 470 1280
    HD 7850 2GB crossfire
    HD 7950 3GB crossfire
    R9 290 crossfire
    GTX 670 4GB SLI
    GTX 970 4GB SLI
    R9 280 3GB
    R9 Fury X 4GB
    GTX 970 4GB
    R9 Fury 4GB

    These are all of the cards that I own in my main rig since 1998.

    Other cards I have owned and still own some. Had a few of these hanging on my wall currently too along with cut up gpu boxes and motherboard boxes. Have a bunch to still cut up and put on the wall lol.
    8800gts 320mb
    FX 5200
    6600GT 128
    6600GT 256
    6200 128
    X1600 256
    x1300 256
    8800 GT 512
    2x GTX 570 1280
    HD 3850 512
    HD 3870 512
    8400 GS
    9400 GT
    R9 280x 3GB
    HD 3650 512
    HD 2900XT 512
    9800GTX+ 512
    HD 6950 2GB
    GTX 650ti 1GB
    GTX 650 1GB
    GT 520 1GB
    8600 GTS 256
    GTX 650ti boost 2GB
    GTX 650ti boost 1GB
    GTX 670 2GB
    HD 7850 1GB
    HD 5850 1GB
    RX 460 4GB
    GTX 660 2GB

    Also have had 2 Ageia Physics card. 1 PCI and 1 PCIe. Both ASUS.
     
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  5. jbmcmillan

    jbmcmillan Ancient Guru

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    Gigabyte G1 Gaming GTX970
    TNT Riva
    GeForce 3 Ti 500
    Radeon 9700Pro
    GeForce 7600GT
    GeForce 7900GT
    GeForce 7950Gt (rma replacement)
    GeForce 8800GT
    GTX 260
    GTX460 sli
    HD7870
    970G1 Gaming.
    I'm sure I'm forgetting something. Forgot the 260.
     
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  6. airbud7

    airbud7 Ancient Guru

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    Darn you NZ,,,this is gonna be harder than the Logo hunt!...:D
     
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  7. -Tj-

    -Tj- Ancient Guru

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    Zotac GTX980Ti OC
    rivatnt2 32mb
    gf2 mx400 64mb
    ati radeon 9600pro 128mb
    gf6600 128mb
    8800gts 320mb
    250gts 1gb
    570gtx
    780gtx
    980ti
    **TitanXP jedi from guru3d, :D
     
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  8. mahanddeem

    mahanddeem Master Guru

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    GeForce2 mx200
    GeForce2 mx400
    GeForce4 mx440
    GeForce 5600
    GeForce 6800
    GeForce 8800
    GeForce 9800
    GeForce gtx680
    GeForce gtx980
    GeForce gtx1070
    GeForce gtx1080
    GeForce gtx1080ti
     
  9. HeavyHemi

    HeavyHemi Ancient Guru

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    I existed prior to the invention of these.... ha ha...
     
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  10. Nijohc

    Nijohc Master Guru

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    Asus Strix GTX 970
    Trident TVGA9400 (I think) 1MB (ISA)
    S3 Virge 4MB (PCI)
    Nvidia RIVA TNT 2 Ultra 32MB (AGP)
    GeForce 2 MX
    GeForce 3 Ti 500
    GeForce 4 Ti 4600
    GeForce 6800 Ultra
    ATi x1950 Pro (AGP)
    GeForce 8800 GS 640MB
    ATi Radeon HD 4850 512MB
    GeForce GTX 260 896MB
    AMD Radeon HD 7850 2GB
    GeForce GTX 650
    GeForce GTX 680

    Might have missed a few but those are the ones I can remember.
     

  11. jbscotchman

    jbscotchman Ancient Guru

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    MSI 1660 Ti XS OC
    Voodoo 3 3000
    Geforce MX440 (Geforce 2 in disguise)
    Geforce 4 Ti 4400
    GeforceFX 5900se (DX9 card in disguise)
    Geforce 6800 vanilla 128gb
    Geforce 7600GT
    Geforce 8800GTS 640mb
    Geforce GTX 260 core 216
    Geforce 560ti
    Geforce 770 SC
    Geforce 1060 6gb
     
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  12. CrazY_Milojko

    CrazY_Milojko Ancient Guru

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    I'm almost sure posts here on Guru3D have some characters number limit so no way there will be enough space to list all of my graphics cards i.e. video cards I had owned on my PCs so far but let me try to count few of them from ancient PC XT/AT era, few real 3D cards years later and... meh, nevermind.

    Early Hercules mono cards, some Trident cards for (iirc) ISA slots, Cyrus Logic 5428 card for VESA Local Bus (had a 486DX2 66MHz backthen OCed to 80MHz iirc), S3 Trio 64+ 1MB VLB iirc (soon paired with Miro Highscore Voodoo 1 6GB, later paired with Creative Voodoo 2 12MB and later two of these in SLI), most Voodoo cards from Voodoo 1, 2 and 3 generation (except Bashee, I hate it).... and few hundreds cards later. Never owned any Matrox cards backthen, they were way too much overpriced here. Guesy my brain would start to melt if I try to remember all of my graphics cards in decade and half later, probably more than 300, guess around 100 to 150 I'm still keeping in my PC HW collection, probably all of them are still fully operative.

    Most fun times with PC graphics cards: first 3Dfx Voodoo 1 & 2 gen 3D accelerators, backthen Glide API was so much superior than anything else on the market, hell I could even OC all of my Voodoo (1) and 2 cards straight from the drivers!

    Had to mention that prior to my early PC days I had owned (still I am) C64 and Amiga 500 so for ancient Gurus here who remember those happy days I don't have a need to explain how crappy CGA, EGA and first VGA PC cards and their graphics "capabilities" were compared to Amiga's superior graphics (and sound of course) capabilities: PC graphics was nothing more than crap backthen.

    Good old days...
     
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  13. evolucion888

    evolucion888 Master Guru

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    As far as I can remember.

    S3 Trio 64
    Intel 915GL
    Radeon 7000
    GeForce MX 420
    Radeon 9700PRO
    Intel 4600
    Intel 945G
    Radeon X800XT PE
    Radeon X1950XT
    Geforce 9600GTX
    Geforce GT240
    Radeon HD 3870
    Radeon HD 4870 CF
    Radeon HD 6970
    GTX 650
    GTX 560M
    HD 7970GHz
    R9 290X
    R9 M290X
    R9 M390X
    Fury X
    RX Vega 64 LC
     
  14. GroinShooter

    GroinShooter Master Guru

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    I had bought some discrete ATi card prior these but I can't recall what it was, might've been something in the Radeon X19xx XT range.
    9800 GT
    GTS 450
    GTX 560
    GTX 560 SLI
    GTX 670
    GTX 670 SLI
    GTX 970
    GTX 980 Ti
    GTX 980 Ti SLI
    GTX 1080
     
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  15. Solfaur

    Solfaur Ancient Guru

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    Well , I will name only the ones that I remember, the very old ones from the 90s I can't since I was too much of a noob back then (but I'm pretty sure I had some RivaTNT and early nvidia low end cards at some points).

    Anyway:

    MSI GeForce FX 5200 (what a POS lol, but hey, it was all I could afford when I build my first rig)
    ATi Radeon 9800 Pro (got this soon after I got my hands on more money, a true elder GOD among GPUs)
    Leadtek GeForce GTX 6800 (when nvidia started to get good again)
    Leadtek GeForce GTX 6800 GT or Ultra (I did have the simple AGP iirc 6800 initially and then upgraded to the flagship that's all I can remember) edit - it was a GT, I actually still have to box but not the card itself lol.
    BFG GeForce GTX 8800 Ultra (what a BEAST!)
    Asus GeForce GTX 280
    2x Gigabyte GeForce GTX 580s
    2x MSI Ligthning GeForce GTX 680s
    2x MSI Gaming GeForce GTX 970s
    MSI Gaming GeForce GTX 1070
    MSI Gaming GeForce GTX 1080Ti

    Funny how I came back to MSI after so many years and stuck with it, the logo and content of that FX 5200 was waaaay different from the minimalist package we have today. I'm not saying it wasn't bloated, because it was, but at the same time it was pretty cool to get all those CDs with games and software and other things all in a huuuuge ass box for an otherwise low-end crap card. :p
     
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  16. IceVip

    IceVip Master Guru

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    Goddamn, can't believe how much i've owned. Gonna name them in a chronological way. Some may repeat cuz others have died and I downgraded.

    Geforce MX 440 < First PC (2004)
    Geforce 6200A
    Asus Radeon HD 4870 < Second PC (2008)
    Powercolor Radeon HD 4890
    Asus Radeon HD 4870
    Gigabyte HD 6870 < utter crap, slower than 4870(wtf?)
    Sapphire Dual-X OC HD 7870
    Sapphire Toxic R9 280X
    AMD Radeon R9 290X < three warm winters
    MSI Geforce GTX 1070
    Gigabyte Geforce GTX 1080
     
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  17. Agonist

    Agonist Ancient Guru

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    You had a broken GPU or bad driver install if the 6870 was slower then a 4870. 6870 was as fast as 2 4870.
     
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    I can't remember quite well but i remember for sure that after the 4890 i wrote down my fps and when i got the 6870 months later i noticed it was way slower than the 4890 and
    it was around the 4870 which made no sense. Thinking back on it now i guess the core 2 quad i had was probably bottlenecking the 6870.
     
  19. Agonist

    Agonist Ancient Guru

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    My q6600 @ 3.75 was honestly barely enough even for HD 5700 in even Bad Company 2 and cpu bound games. So that really could be why for you.
     
  20. Guru01

    Guru01 Master Guru

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    I can only remember a decades worth of video cards.

    ATI 5850
    ATI R9 290
    nVIDIA GTX 1070
     

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