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video adapter

[′vid·ē·ō ə‚dap·tər]
(computer science)
A printed circuit board that is plugged into a computer and generates the text and graphics images on a monitor. Also known as video board; video display board.

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System unit: cpu i-7-8700, gtx 1060 6gb video adapter, 32gb ram, hdd 1tb hdd, licensed software installed on pc x-plane 11 with 1 pcs distribution.
*USB 3.0 to DVl/VGA Monitor Adapter - External video adapter - Super Speed USB 3.0 - DVI
Video adapter: integrated Intel graphic media accelerator or equivalent
Minimum specifications are Windows 7 Professional 64-bit, Intel Core i5 4th Generation Processor, 4GB Memory, 320GB 7200RPM SATA HD, Slim SuperMulti DVD Writer, NVIDIA NVS310 512MB Video Adapter with dual monitor support, HP DisplayPort Cable Kit, like part number VN567 and HP 3-3-3 warranty (parts/labor/next business day on site) with disk retention.
Three video adapters (0.67, 1.0, and 2.0X) are also available to combine with any of the six sub-lenses to provide a magnification range from 0.16 to 18X.
Optronics[R], a developer of medical-grade high definition imaging products for microsurgery, introduces QUINTUS[TM], a new line of full-featured precision-crafted optical c-mount HD video adapters for operating microscopes.
All workstations are equipped with Nvidia 256 MB or higher video adapters for efficient processing of CAD, GIS, and Raster data.
They didn't have just one set of video adapters for one video projector in every room--they had two of each.
The most common computer complaint revolves around systems which do not perform to optimal standards: from processors to memory, video adapters, and other hardware, PC HARDWARE TUNING & ACCELERATION surveys the systems and what might be done to fine-tune their interworkings for best performance levels.
Delivering true, 128-bit processing, plus PCI-66 compatibility, the Xentera GT video adapters provides unmatched performance-delivering display speed and quality, along with flexibility of configuration.
ROMWARE/DBServ has no requirements for video adapters, since it does not write directly to the screen.
Besides the new terminal block offering, ShowMeCables also carries a wide variety of HDMI keystone jacks, female-female couplers, and right-angle and video adapters.