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EVGA Nvidia GT240 1Gb video card, with a 35mm film can for scale. Taken in Albany, CA by a Nikkormat FT2 with a Micro-Nikkor 55mm ƒ3.5 AI lens on Kodak Portra 400NC. Negative scanned into computer by an HP G4010. Dust removal, gamma and color correction done in Paint Shop Pro Photo X2.
This card was removed from the computer due to persistent BSOD’s, and has somehow disappeared from my house! It wasn’t stolen, (I think…) but I can’t find it… [added] I’ve re-found this card… but it is still not installed in any computer… I’m going to give this card another shot in a computer, as I think the BSOD’s (Blue Screen Of Death…) were the fault of the driver, not the card itself. (and I’ve upgraded the drivers…)[second update] Yup, it was the drivers: this is now processing CUDA in my fastest (to date…) computer. (well, whenever that computer deigns to operate!)
Tagged: , EVGA , Nvidia GT240 , EVGA Nvidia GT240 , Nikkormat FT2 , Kodak , Portra 400NC , Micro-Nikkor 55mm ƒ3.5 AI , Albany, CA