this is an older graphics card..........not sure of the history of it but really does not look like it has ever been inserted.........selling as is with a free 30 day return offer because it has not been tested...........heres a little bit about it from wikipedia...........
A budget variant of the R100 hardware was created and called the Radeon VE, later known as the Radeon 7000 in 2001 when ATI re-branded its products.
RV100 has only one pixel-pipeline, no hardware T&L, a 64-bit memory bus, and no HyperZ. But it did add HydraVision dual-monitor support and integrated a second RAMDAC into the core (for Hydravision).
From the 3D performance standpoint, the Radeon VE did not fare well against the GeForce2 MX of the same era, though its multi-display support was clearly superior to the GeForce2 MX, however. The Matrox G450 has the best dual-display support out of the GPUs but the slowest 3D performance.
RV100 was the basis for the Mobility Radeon notebook solution.