VERSATILE 3U VPX GPU/GPGPU BOARDSPECIFICATIONSATI Radeon™ E6760 SiliconModular design: MXM 3.0 mezzanineHigh-End graphics GPU, parallel processing GPGPUThree independent Displays: one VGA and two DPAir-cooled and rugged ...
The CPCI-DVI/2 series is manufactured by esd electronics, and is a CompactPCI® graphic card that is integrated with silicon motion SM502 GPU. It has a resolution up to 1280 x 1024 pixel, which has DVI-I ...
“Vega” GPU ArchitectureThe Radeon™ Pro SSG professional graphics card is based on AMD’s cutting edge “Vega” GPU architecture, purpose-built to handle big data sets and ...
... significant savings on development costs by reducing the frequency of configuration re-testing that is necessary when replacing old cards with new ones.Bus Interface4000: PCI4000e: PCI-Express x1Compatible OSSun Microsystems ...
Panel Connector : LVDS Resolution (Wide/Square) : 1920x1080 / 1600x1200 Function Control : OSD I/O : VGA, Audio Power : DC 12V RS232 Control : N.A.
The VGP-2870 is a 3U OpenVPX high-performance embedded GPU board. Driven through the VPX PCIe bus, it is capable of performing 2D and 3D graphics generation functions as well as operating as a GPGPU for ...
● Support PCIe VGA/2D controller, 1920x1200@60Hz 32bpp ● DDR3 SDRAM supports up to 800 MHz speed ● Compliant with PCI Express Mini specification 1.2
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The graphics card, graphics adapter or video card is a computer expansion card producing an image that can be displayed on a screen. It sends stored images at a frequency and in a format which depend on screen and port type (thanks to plug-and-play), as well as its own internal configuration.
The principal components of a graphics card are:
- A graphics processing unit (GPU)
- Video memory (frame buffer) to store images before display
- A random access memory digital-analog converter (RAMDAC), which converts the frame buffer's digital images to analog signals sent to the monitor
- A video BIOS, which holds the card's parameters
- An interface, the bus connecting the graphics card to the motherboard
- A connector (VGA, DVI, S-Video, HDMI, etc.) to link the card to the monitor