Unfortunately nothing like this exists. I guess the cheapest solution is to get an older/second hand PC and an older NVIDIA card from the 200 series.
Alas, I'm financially TOTALLY tasked with paying for my existing
2010 version MacPro 6-core Westmere.... Had to practically strip naked, financially speaking, to make THAT possible,
After previously exhausting my savings of five years, in getting a 50" HDTV-LCD screen... LARGE display to assist my visual disability.... As the sci-fi author Larry Niven is quoted: "Old Age is most definietly NOT for sissies!!" :-} So--until/unless my financial situation hits a windfall (which "ain't likely"...) my current disability-pension-fixed-income only gives me about $20./month of "wiggle room" on my budget...
--I guess I'll have to re-apply for ANOTHER
government grant (about 80 pages of documentation, and about 16 months
processing time!! :-/// and *perhaps
* I can get additional funds granted to me...
Wouldn't know where to even BEGIN with a "PC" box, aside from "blowing" my already subscribed funds that I spent purchasing a MAC license for Octane..... <sigh> DAMMIT!! ;0}
Meanwhile........I guess I should go check my lotto ticket--my twice weekly "Synthetic Hope" injection.... And see if 'I'm rich-without-knowing-it!
David A. Lewis
2010 MacPro, 6-core Westmere Xeon 64-bit 3.33Ghz CPU,
3GB RAM, ATI Radeon HD 5770 w. 1GB VRAM