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VisionTek Radeon 7750 2GB GDDR5 4K PCIe Graphics Card with SIX Outputs - $100 (Redmond, WA)

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condition: good
make / manufacturer: VisionTek
model name / number: Radeon 7750 2GB GDDR5 4k

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Bought this amazing PCI Express video card in mid-December 2018 and tossed it into an 8-year-old computer to power four 40" Samsung smart TVs. Later swapped out one of the 40" monitors for a pair of 50" Samsung TVs in portrait mode and ran a 20-foot HDMI cable over to the 55" TV on the other side of the room.

Despite the fact that the manufacturer says you can't run more than 2 HDMI devices off this card, it never complained or gave me any issues. And, as noted, I had SIX very large "monitors" hooked to it for roughly 3 years, all of them using HDMI cables.

Now for the reason I'm selling it ...

Remember me mentioning that the computer I had it in was 8 years old when I bought the card? Well, it was old enough and finicky enough (and Dell had a good enough Black Friday sale) that I decided it was finally time for a NEW computer - smaller case, newer/faster processor, 64GB of RAM instead of 16GB ... yeah, I'm happy with the decision :)

Originally, I had planned to swap out the card that came with the new computer and continue using THIS ONE, but I was told that it would (or at least could) void my warranty and it turns out that the card that came with the new PC is pretty darn good in its own right. Sadly, the card on the new PC only supports 5 monitors (instead of 6), but the 55" TV across the room is never used at the same time as the other 5 anyway so ... no real loss in the grand scheme of things.

6 brand new, unused adapters are included with the video card:
  • Two (2) Mini Display Port to DVI adapters
  • Four (4) Mini Display Port to Display Port adapters

See the pics for what you're getting. And check out Amazon for additional details (just copy and paste my title into their search; it should pull up the card without any hassle.

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