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Replacement for connector

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frankwas

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Hi Everyone.

I;m not sure if this is the right place to ask, but I have a Abit Siluro GF4 Ti4200-8X OTES graphics card, but I have lost the tv-out connector. It is not s-video or composite. It is a very strange looking connector. Can anyone please tell me where I could find a recource that could tell me the pinout or a recource which i can buy the replacement connector?

Regards,

Francois.
 

grrr_arrghh

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well, what I could find on my googlin reckoned it was an s-video...

maybe if you could describe it...?

edit#1: ok, the abit website is reckons its a "TV-Out (S-Video/Composite)"

it also reckons you should have got an "S-Video/RCA adaptor", "S-Video Extended Cable" and a "Composite (RCA) Extended Cable" included in the box.

edit#2: or look here https://www.abit-usa.com/products/graphics/accessories.php and see if any of the connectors look like yours.

Tim

edit#3: whatever connector it is wil be widely available, but you will need to know what it is called first...
 

grrr_arrghh

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these seem to be quite uncommon, (although I havn't looked for the pinout yet) - perhaps it would be easier to buy the cable ready made?
 

grrr_arrghh

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hmm, they don't appear to even sell online, I'm looking on google for someone that does, but so far...

P.S. all the info I have posted so far I found from searching on google..., it wasn't from any knowledge that I already had
 
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