Video Card

A Video Card, also known as a graphics accelerator card, display adapter, or graphics card, is a PC hardware component whose function is to generate and output images to a display. It operates on similar principles as a sound card or other peripheral devices.

The most common connection systems between the video card and the computer display are:

 DVI Output DVI

Digital-based standard designed for displays such as flat-panel displays (LCDs, plasma screens, wide High-definition television displays) and video projectors. It avoids image distortion and electrical noise, corresponding each pixel from the computer to a display pixel, using its native resolution.

HD-15 HD-15

Analog-based standard adopted in the late 1980s designed for CRT  displays, also called VGA connector. Some problems of this standard are electrical noise, image distortion and sampling error evaluating pixels.

VIVO_type1VIVO_type2 Video In Video Out (VIVO)


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