dedicated display adapter

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dedicated display adapter

A graphics card that is plugged into a PCI Express or PCI slot on the computer's motherboard. Dedicated adapters, also called "discrete graphics," are always pushing the envelope in performance compared to the display circuits built into the chipset of the motherboard. See integrated graphics and GPU.
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