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Matrox Parhelia DL256 PCI
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Applies to:

Matrox Parhelia DL256

Author/Supplier:

Matrox

Category:

Graphics

Requirements:

Windows Vista

File Size:

56.56 MB

File Name:

xddm32_210_105_se_u.exe

Release Date:

01.09.2011

Version:

2.10.00.10

Last Updated:

30.10.2011

Rating:


3
/5 from 20 reviews.

Specifications:

  • Type: Video Card
  • Interface: PCI X
  • Output: 2x DVI
  • Memory: 256 MB (DDR SDRAM)
  • Additional Feature: Supports Dual Analog or Digital Monitor Display

Description:

The 256 MB Parhelia DL256 PCI is a PCI graphics card that was created specifically for the purpose of driving newer, high-definition digital flat panels with HD display capabilities. This card can provide high resolutions that max out at 2560 x 1600. With this, the Parhelia DL256 PCI graphics card empowers you to have a second computer display or computer monitor for improved video access and multiple-display versatility. The graphics card is also capable of giving WYSIWYG, or What-You-See-Is-What-You-Get type output plug-ins for a wide range of visual and graphics operations.

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The memory size or capacity of most available modern video cards ranges from a low figure of 128 MB to a high of 8 Gigabytes. Because video memory has to be accessed by the Graphics Processing Unit, and the display circuitry, it mostly uses special high-speed or multi-port memory. These include types such as VRAM, WRAM, SGRAM, and others. Approximately in 2003, video memory was usually based on DDR technology, which eventually evolved towards DDR2, GDDR3, GDDR4 and GDDR5. Modern graphics cards have an effective memory clock generally ranging between 400 MHz and 3.8 GHz.