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legacy card

An older expansion card such as ISA. See legacy system and ISA bus.
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Llangollen-based Brythonium will be unveiling their range of recipe cards at the Hamper Llangollen food festival over the weekend (October 15 and 16) They will be showcasing their Family Legacy Cards which can also preserve precious memories and family traditions.
Recent powerful graphics cards can handle high resolutions without problems, while legacy cards are heavily affected.
Legacy cards and newer, advanced serial cards can be plugged into a compatible system slot, allowing for incremental upgrades.
The Tsi148 supports legacy cards because it is backwards compatible; capable of operating in VME64, 2eVME (VME160) and 2eSST (VME320) modes and so it is "plug and play" compatible with any other VME card in the chassis.