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video card

video card

A common term for "graphics card" or "display adapter," which is a printed circuit board that generates the images for the computer's screen. See display adapter.
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This means a much more realistic and life-like representation of 3D images than previously possible, benefiting users of the graphic card.
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The Asylum FX family of graphic cards is the first to offer a top-to-bottom solution that provides a full feature set across the entire line, including Direct X(R) 9.
Our customers on this side of the Atlantic have been telling us they're anxious to improve their system graphics with Crucial's new graphic cards," said Crucial's European Marketing Manager Roddy McLean.

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