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video driver

The software that links the operating system to a particular graphics card. Video drivers are typically written by the vendor of the card. See driver and display adapter.
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The video driver is typically configured as an active filter, also known as a reconstruction or anti-imaging filter.
A recent example was an "integrated" video driver that could output a peak of 5 mA.
Even though discussions have focused primarily on heat relief these days, others claim that messing around with video drivers also stabilized the display.