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daba

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All I know that it is a GeForce2 MX400.

I put RAMsinks on it but I can remove them if that's the only way of identifying them.

From the card, I can read a number that says AS400 VER 1.4.

The stock fan that came with is apparently a 40mm FANNER TECH (Shen Zhen) Model FD04010A.

Large side picture of the card

Here's a picture of the card with the stock HSF:

mystery_gf2mx400.JPG


Here's a picture of the card when I put on a passive HS:

GF2_MX400_640x480.JPG


Any idea who made this?
 
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Maxvla

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looked on ebay with several word/number combos and got exactly zero hits for anything related to a as400 video card of any kind.

whats the FCC ID #?
 
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daba

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I can't find an FCC ID number, just a sticker with a D on it.

On the back there's a sticker with a barcode that says:

886H102869
AS400M5
 

MrBozack

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I would stick with my earlier guess of Innovision... but the capicitors are different.

tornado_1.jpg


Allthough the ASUS GeForce 2 V7100Pro 64 MB looks very very similar. Not the new ones... they're all skinny now... but the older ones...

but no it really looks to me like it's......

a-mx40_L.jpg


A CHAINTECH

....maybe?
 
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daba

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It's not a chaintec because the memory above the GPU is vertically placed, not horizontally.

Also, that bracket is from my Radeon 9800, because I lost original bracket (fell off). I only has 1 VGA connector, nothing else.
 

buddhafumes

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Jun 3, 2004
It LOOKS like an asus.. I have an asus that is the v7100 and it looks similar (that card rocks- 32mb of memory with 128-bit) I would say an asus, but thats just me.
 

CheeZeTM

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Jul 7, 2004
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Louisiana
check ou the PCI plate, theres a MX400 Innovision with dual monitor (like the pic avalible) looks likt eh dual VGA out was put on it (it being a single) but my asus is gold and also asus model numvers start with V not AS i would have to say innovision, they have it on there website but no pics of the actual products
 

sonicdrive

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Mar 31, 2004
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It looks alot like the geforce card i got out of my old gateway black heat sink and no svid i would look that up but i pulled mine out and the caps and the open chip area in the back of the card are the same and i got that d sticker on it to it came out of gp7-450 what the card numbers are unknown