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    Default FS: ISA Cards - $10 + Shipping - See Photos

    See photo for details. I am shipping from northeast Ohio, shipping is $10 for West Coast and $5 for East Coast. I'm willing to ship international as well but you'll have to PM me for a rate. I can sell all three cards for $20 plus shipping.
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    I tried to identify the cards from the photo, but it was a bit blurred. Can you identify them, please?

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    This first card appears to be some type of 9 pin out video card. The main IC is UM6845R which I think is a VGA controller chip:
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    The second card appears to be some type of external drive controller, or RAM, I am not sure which. The main IC is WD8250PL-00:
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    The third and final card is the internal drive controller to my knowledge:
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    Quote Originally Posted by twillkickers View Post
    This first card appears to be some type of 9 pin out video card. The main IC is UM6845R which I think is a VGA controller chip:

    The second card appears to be some type of external drive controller, or RAM, I am not sure which. The main IC is WD8250PL-00:

    The third and final card is the internal drive controller to my knowledge:
    It seems that it would be helpful to know what you are selling.
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    Looks like the HDD controller says it’s a wd1002s-wx2

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    Theres what's probably a CGA clone, a multifunction card (RAM/serial port/parallel port/RTC), and a MFM hard disk controller.

    While these things can be obvious to us who's been in the hobby for some time, finding usefull info on these things might be less easy for newcomers now than what it used to be. Still, TH99 is available out there, and a quick Google-search doesn't hurt at all.
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    I'm interested in all 3
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    All the cards have been sold.

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    Just by looking at them they look like CGA, MFM, EMS + I/O cards and the price is pretty decent. If you can't tell what they are from a quick glance they are most likely not something you need anyway.
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