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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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Featuring low power consumption via a USB bus power supply, the adapter is energy-friendly compared to the 750w power consumption of an additional video card and will not overtax the system.
The Video Card also generates a URL along with the QR Codes that can be typed in a web address bar to find the online video, the company said.
Four of them told me they didn't stock video cards anymore.
"Our system runs two of the same video cards working together to render 3-D graphics and games.
based supplier of premium 3D video cards based on NVIDIA graphics technology and other PC enthusiast products.
The NEC Express5800/320Lb base unit has a starting price of $25,499 and comes standard with 4x2.4GHz CPUs, 4 modules (2 x CPU Modules and 2 x IO modules) for full fault tolerance, 2 x 10/100 NICs, 2 x 10/100/1000 NICs, redundant video cards, external USB floppy, redundant 24X CD-ROMs, ESMPRO (our remote management software), 1 year hardware warranty, 1 year software maintenance warranty.
He installs mother boards, processors, adds memory and video cards, as well as sells or installs accessories, including printers, scanners, keyboards, sound cards, MP3 players, networking, firewalls, CD-Rom and DVD Drives.
Most laptops have their video cards built into the motherboard.
From here you can send great video cards from one of the coolest companies around, and it will definitely look as if you have made a big effort.
A variety of stock video cards are also available for users who do not have the ability to create their own video.
It's been big for reconfiguring your computer's BIOS and reprogramming hard drives, video cards, and other devices with embedded BIOS chips, but now it's making its way into storage.
Devices such as modem, ATA, SRAM, flash and zoomed video cards can be inserted, removed and exchanged in Windows NT environments without reboot, and the technology also supports Compaq's power management suspend and resume modes.