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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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Display cards with interconnected EMV contact chips enable the delivery of account-related information such as balance, transaction history or custom issuer messages on the cards' embedded LCD, irrespective of the location.
The DCL loads and inserts filled bags onto the display cards without the use of staples or glue.
The sources said that a globally leading foreign maker of digital cameras has allegedly acquired a stake in JINCO to finance the company's expanded production of smart display cards.
The flexibility and power of modern PCs also means that with the addition of suitable display cards and monitors, the server can display the incoming radar, thus providing a low-cost radar head monitor for servicing and maintenance purposes.
In summary, a basic computer should have two disk drives or one disk drive and one hard disk, a keyboard, 256K or more RAM, one serial RS 232 interface and one parallel interface, a display card, and a monitor.
NagraID is a developer of display cards for secure access to cloud-based solutions, mainly serving companies in the financial payments sector.
NagraID Security, a Kudelski Group (SIX:KUD.S) company, said today that it is demonstrating its 5th generation display card, the NagraID Security MasterCard Information Display Card, at Cartes 2010 in Paris.
As PCs get faster, information is passed between the processor, RAM and display card at ever-increasing speeds.
The kits include banners, pennant strings and display card schedules to keep track of the local team.
"The Golden Pixie for 'Best Ultra High-End Open GL Display Card' goes to the Wildcat development team from 3Dlabs for their Wildcat 4210 card -- the beef-boy of all OpenGL display cards," continued Plantec.
Master Lock brand gun locks sold separately were packaged with a green and black cardboard display card and instruction sheets inside the package.