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Spicy PCI cards. (Now with even MORE spice) - $20 (Westminster)

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Numerous PCI cards of various design and use.

Lattice Orca FPGA Sensor Card. Used for plugging in electrical engineering design sensor packages. Works with stuff like LabVIEW (Laboratory Virtual Instrument Engineering Workbench). Are you looking to design radiation-resistant silicon packages for fun and profit? You can plug your sensors into this bad-boy! If you can find the cables for it, anyway...

Ensoniq Audio PCI 5200 and Creative Labs CT4750 Soundblaster 128. Totally-not-state-of-the-art (For 1997) PC OEM audio cards for your kick-ass retro gaming box. These guys still have "gameport" serial links on 'em. Good times in bleep-bloop MIDI town.

One mutant PCI tv-tuner card from the alternate dimension known as "Sony's bonker-snot insane All-In-One PCs from the middle-aughts". This particular card was sliced from the innards of a toasted VAIO VGC-VA10G. The likelihood that this card is actually usable is slim since it needed Sony's Gigapocket software and the drivers never left 32-bit-land. But hey, maybe you're into Linux driver writing and worshiping dark Gods.

AAR-2610SA Adaptec SATA drive controller. PCI-X form factor. Works in 32-bit (normal length) PCI slots assuming the remaining length of the 64-bit PCI-X edge connector isn't impeded by board components.

Maxtor combination SATA 150 / IDE controller card.

Adaptec 1205SA SATA drive controller.

IDE controller card, 2 channels

SMC EZ Connect wireless G card

ATI TV Wonder (Phillips canister style) should work with modern OS

Freak show Sont EXT-40 PCI Riser card. Mechanically fits in a PCI-E slot but, I suspect it would probably light things on fire if you attempted it, lol. Seriously, don't try that. Goes with the crazy Sony capture card above.

I'm just gonna keep piling more of these PCI cards in here as I find them, too. So, if you decide you want this stuff you may wind up with more of them than listed if I find more to get rid of.

Selling as-is. Price is OBO. Seriously, make an offer and I'll consider it.

I'll bring 'em to you in a reasonable range. 'Reasonable' is up to me.
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