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Video Adapters

Graphics accelerators

So many terms: video adapter, display adapter, graphics card, video card etc.. and they all stand for the same device that is helping accelerate graphics. What does this mean? It means that in era of games and very graphically demanding software, video adapters helps to run these programs smoothly. After all, Central Processing Unit cannot do everything by itself. In most cases graphic cards are built in PCI or AGP slots of your computer, so you can replace them with improved models. 

Video adapters can do miracles

Besides its main function to help producing images on a display, video cards can have the ability to capture videos. They could possess a TV output, TV tuner, multiple monitor possibility, the power to render 2D and 3D images etc.

Types of Display Adapters

There are many types of Display Adapters depending on the ways how you would like to transfer video signals to your media, and of course, depending on the quality of this transfer. There are Digital Video Interfaces (DVI) which are transmitting information to LCD and HDTV displays. VGA (Video Graphics Array) use mostly computer monitors as their media, and are capable only of transferring video signals. HDMI (High Definition Multimedia Interface) is a newer technology that allows integration of both video and audio signals into one adapter. There are also S-Video adapters, Component Video Adapters, Composite Video Adapters etc.

Video adapters drivers

Like any other device, Video Adapters need their drivers in order to function properly. These drivers can be downloaded from our website 

History of the Display Adapters

First graphic card was created by IBM in 1961 used on first personal computer called the Model 8088. After that we had enormous progress in this area, and today we can see them in  small devices like cell phones, cameras, netbooks etc.

Display Adapter Manufacturers

Some of the Video Card producers are Intel, nVIDIA, ATI, XFX, Asus, Gigabyte, eVGA, MSI, Sapphire and many, many others.

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