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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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Four of them told me they didn't stock video cards anymore.
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The imported video can then be sent over the Internet as a video card.
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Working effectively with the Epoch range of SDI video cards from Bluefish444 requires a storage solution with the flexibility to meet high bandwidth environments.
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