Windows accelerator

Windows accelerator

A graphics card that provides 2D functions in hardware. All modern adapters provide this feature. See graphics accelerator.
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The SiI 3112 can be used with Silicon Image's robust Serial ATA base and RAID software drivers and is also available with Silicon Image's integrated SATARaid(TM) Windows Accelerator drivers.
He was also instrumental in the S3 Windows Accelerator Graphics definition and has worked in the embedded processor space, creating one of the first SOC components in the industry.
Silicon Image's integrated SATARaid Windows Accelerator is also available on SATALink-based Serial ATA controller devices.
Since 1990, SIGMACOM has taken the experience gained from developing high-end graphics solutions and has applied a wide range of innovations to the mainstream Windows accelerator market.
3DEMON(tm) twin-GMX8/20-PCI is designed around the new GMX 2000 chipset, which includes the GLINT(R) Gamma geometry and dual GLINT(R) MX rendering processors from 3Dlabs(R)(NASDAQ:TDDDF), and a proprietary Windows accelerator for optimizing overall system performance.
In addition, the 100SB offers the option of adding an integrated 2D/VGA capability by means of "MGV(TM)" -- a 2MB windows accelerator daughter card which eliminates the need for a second 2D/VGA graphics board, which in most systems frees up an additional PCI slot.
Dual GLINT processors with split memory architecture doubles the texel and Gouroud shaded pixel fill rate while 2D performance is increased through the addition of a custom Windows accelerator.
ranked the Revolution 3D as the fastest Windows accelerator out of 30 graphics technologies and a top performer in their 3D test out of 21 3D boards.
MediaGraphics: A 3D Windows Accelerator family that speeds up the drawing of 3D graphics.
ranked the Revolution 3D as fastest Windows accelerator out of 30 graphics technologies and a top performer in their 3D test out of 21 3D boards.
The product accelerates 3D games and applications and leaves basic VGA and 2D operations to the consumer's existing Windows accelerator.