Video Graphics Adapter


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Video Graphics Adapter

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The second option requires only one video card with any operating system but also necessitates use of an amplified super video graphics adapter (SVGA) splitter.
I recommend a 10-, 12-, or 16-MHz AT clone with 1 Mb of RAM, memory expandable on the board (that is, without auxiliary cards) to 4 Mb RAM; a 60- to 80-Mb hard disk; one 1.2-Mb and/or one 1.44-Mb floppy drive; a serial/parallel port; and a VGA (video graphics adapter) high-resolution color monitor and display controller.
The ThinkCentre A50p is a multimedia-centric machine offering a wide range of optical drives and video graphics adapters with up to 128MB DDR memory, according to IBM.