video controller


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video controller

A device that generates, routes, mixes or manages video. See display adapter and video capture board.
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The Leyard Video Controller supports multiple 4K @ 60Hz inputs and the latest video standards including HDMI 2.0, DisplayPort 1.2 and HDCP 2.2.
Richardson is an authorized manufacturer's distributor of video controller boards, monitors and Intel-based workstations.
Century-C computers feature socket 370 Celeron CPUs to 500 MHz and the new C&T 69030 video controller, which handles display resolutions up to 1280x1024 with 24-bit color.
The Cheetah II application-specific integrated circuit (ASIC) allows monitor manufacturers to produce flat panel monitors that provide "plug and play" connectivity regardless of the type of FPD screen, resolution or image source, without requiring changes in the end-user's video controller, connector or cable.
MovieCD doesn't require an MPEG card, nor some expensive video controller, nor a RISC processor.
A proprietary digital video controller assures support for all three international video standards.
The ePCI-201 includes a set of standard features including the latest generation Intel[R] Pentium[R]4 processor up to 3.4 GHz, up to 800 MHz front side bus, dual channel DDR memory, two-channel serial ATA, on-board ATI[R] Mobility[TM] Radeon[TM] M7 or M9 video controller, dual Gigabit Ethernet and 64-bit at 66 MHz bus support.
Furthermore by removing the disk and video controller, critical power and area resources are freed up for CPU and memory.
-- NeoMagic video controller with 128-bit graphics accelerator