It was a love story that started more than 15 years ago. All the way back in 1997 when many of the current teens were still not in existence, a certain person by the moniker of Hardware Dominator decided to pick up an NVIDIA Riva 128 graphics card. Of course, his story with NVIDIA and the different kinds of video cards that they have rolled out over the years did not end then – it was just the beginning, and here we are with an extremely proud Hardware Dominator showcasing his GPU collection that has surpassed the 600 mark – and something tells me that there are no duplicates at all.
However, I do have a question to ask. Do all of them work? Surely these are not going to be sold as part of a pristine collection, since they happen to be laid on the ground in a manner that has been lovingly arranged so that it shows off the logo design of NVIDIA – pretty clever, don’t you think so? Not only that, how many of them are still game worthy as of today? It is surely going to cost quite a lot in the long run when it comes to stashing these puppies away, especially when you consider just how fast technology moves these days.