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hardware scaling

(1) Increasing or decreasing the number of servers in a datacenter.

(2) Increasing or decreasing the size of a video frame by performing the operation within the circuits of the computer or TV. See video accelerator and scale.
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A dedicated hardware scaling chipset enhances the quality of text and video clips at different resolutions, while 8MB(3) video RAM based on Dynamic Video Memory Technology (DVMT) and Advanced Graphics Port (AGP) delivers brilliant video performance.
The controller integrates hardware scaling to provide TV-size underscan display of 640x480 and 800x600 computer graphics and video.