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Thread: FS: IBM PS/2 display adapter8bit ISA full length for 5150?

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    Default FS: IBM PS/2 display adapter8bit ISA full length for 5150?

    Any interest in this card:

    IBM PS2 Display Adapter.jpg

    Picture is not my card, but is the card in question.

    This site says it works in a 5150

    http://minuszerodegrees.net/5150/vga/5150_vga.htm

    Will test it and clean it up if there is any interest.
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    Its interesting. Slowest VGA card of them all by contemporary reports, though it is the most compatible.
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    I remember wanting one of those before I got an EGA Wonder because it was an official product that you could stuff into an XT. Problem is after that you had to find one of those 5153/5154 clone monitors that did VGA.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mR_Slug View Post
    Its interesting. Slowest VGA card of them all by contemporary reports, though it is the most compatible.
    Well it will work in an IBM 5150 which is pretty slow as well. Built in video on the IBM PS/2 line wasn't the fastest in the world either.
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    Sold to forum member.
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