128-bit graphics accelerator

128-bit graphics accelerator

A graphics card that has a pathway 128 bits wide between its on-board processor and memory (video RAM). See graphics accelerator and 128-bit computing.
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The company is a pioneer in PC graphics, delivering the first 128-bit graphics accelerator, the first 256-color and 16.8 million-color cards, and four consecutive lines of 128-bit graphics chips and boards.
A NeoMagic MagicGraph 128-bit graphics accelerator provides stunning 3D graphics.
The OpenNote 820 supports Intel's Pentium II CPU and also incorporates a 13.3" XGA Thin Film Transistor (TFT) screen with 128-bit graphics accelerator, 2MBs VRAM and 1024 x 768 resolution for easy viewing and high-resolution graphics capabilities.
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Both models include 12.1-inch active-matrix LCD displays, a removable 14.5X CD-ROM, a 128-bit graphics accelerator with 2MB VRAM, stereo speakers and remote-control headphones.