accelerator board


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accelerator board

An add-in board that replaces the existing CPU with a higher performance CPU. See graphics accelerator.
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Pricing for the Mercury Cell Accelerator Board starts at US$7,999 for a single board, with discounts available on higher volumes.
Optional SO-DIMM DRAM can be added to the XPedite2000 to store encryption keys on the accelerator board, increasing the performance of the system.
He also serves as a director on the HiBEAM business accelerator board, director of the McKinely High School Foundation, member of the Hawaii Venture Capital Association and administrator of the Matsuo Takabuki, Goldman Sachs, and William S.
Features include simple setup via a Vision Program Manager graphical user interface, multiple templates within the same region of interest, and an optional hardware accelerator board. Making changes to existing programs or creating new inspection programs is simple, due to the easy-to-use drag-and-drop programming.
The company says it has just won an order from IBM Corp for its SR9 graphics accelerator board. IBM will be using the board in the 545 and 585 models of the Aptiva E series of consumer PCs.
System requirements: Operating system: Windows(R) 95 or 98; CPU Type & Speed: Pentium(R) (or compatible) 166 MHz or higher; Video card: Direct 3D(tm) compatible 4MB 3D accelerator board or Direct Draw(tm) compatible 2MB 2D video card in 65,536 color mode; Hard Drive Space: 5 MB; Memory: 32 MB; CD-ROM drive: X4 or faster (600Kb/sec transfer rate) with Windows 95/98 CD-ROM driver; Input devices supported: All Direct Input(tm) compatible game devices supported by Windows 95 or 98, including those with Force Feedback; DirectX(tm): DirectX 6 or higher (DirectX 6 is supplied on the CD-ROM), DirectX 6 Media; Input Device: Keyboard, mouse

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