graphics driver

graphics driver

[′graf·iks ‚drīv·ər]
(computer science)
A series of instructions that activates a graphics device, such as a display screen or plotter.
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The problem lies in how this OpenGL graphics driver is distributed.
In addition, an updated graphics driver -- available from the ASUS support website -- pushes the integrated AMD Radeon graphics to new performance heights for best-ever visual and gaming experiences with AMD Ryzen 2000 Series APUs.
This new safety-certifiable SBC can boot in less than one second including the real-time operating system (RTOS) and graphics driver, making it 30 times faster than the prior generation.
Provider of graphics and computing solutions Applied Micro Devices (AMD) (NYSE: AMD) today introduced the new ATI FirePro graphics driver.
As a second level software engineer, he will be developing graphics driver software that enables an operating system to communicate with a graphics card.
The program has loaded three components directly into its application space: a 2D graphics library, the OpenGL ES 3D library, and a graphics driver that controls the graphics hardware.
The graphics power of the RADEON X300 is backed up by CATALYST, the most stable WHQL-certified graphics driver on the market today.
com, go to the Download Drivers menu at the top of the page and choose Windows XP/2000 Graphics Driver.
2 graphics driver is available in demo mode for download from the Xi Graphics Web site for compatibility and performance testing.
CLR suggests using a high-resolution graphics driver to make full use of the Windows version, and this advice is worth heeding.
The company's popular GXS-140 Plus lists for $499 and provides 360 dpi, It also has a graphics driver for Windows and an optional $59 Color On Command kit.
A graphics driver displays graphics and text in monochrome or color.