Jaton Video 208PCI-128TV GF MX 4000 Graphics Adapter, PCI Low Profile, 128 MB DDR, TV out

Sewell Part # SW-8343

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Overview

This video card perfectly suits business users that want an extra video port for an extended and larger desktop, and for the casual gamer that wants 3D rendering capabilities.

Specifications

Mfg. Part Number

  • VIDEO-208PCI-128TV

Brand

  • Jaton

Key Features

  • Interface: PCI
  • Memory: 128 MB
  • Processor: nVIDIA GeForce MX4000
  • API: DirectX 8.1 and Lower
  • 2D/3D Features: 64Bit 2D/3D
  • RAMDC Clock Speed: 270 MHz
  • Video Output: VGA/S-Video
  • OS: Windows XP, 2000, 98, ME, NT 4.0

Video Acceleration

  • Up to 1.1billion AA samples per second fill rate
  • Up to 8.0 GB/sec memory bandwidth
  • Up to 34 Million triangles/sec.
  • True, reflective bump mapping
  • High-performance 2D rendering engine
  • API support - DirectX 8.1 and low

3D Acceleration

  • 256-bit graphics engine
  • 64MB/128MB DDR memory access bus.
  • Integrated dual 270 MHz RAMDACs drives CRT display
  • 2 dual 128-bit pixel pipelines rendering
  • Surface engine for high-order surfaces and patches
  • Programmable Vertex Shader
  • Programmable Pixel Shader
  • HRAA - high - resolution anti-aliasing
  • Integrated hardware transform engine
  • Integrated hardware lighting engine

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Question:

How do I connect 2 monitors to this card? And are the 2 monitors independent? Is it feasible to use two of these cards to connect 4 monitors (each showing different content) to a PC?


Answer:

Each video card has two VGA ports to which you could connect one monitor each. You could connect two of these cards to your system and have a total of 4 independent screens that could all run different applications.

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