Video cards work by converting digital
information produced from the
computer into something that is visible for humans. Graphic cards require
memory to hold colors for the pixels and then generates color signals
that send the CRT beams towards the screen.
Why We Chose It:
This video card was chosen because it is the most modern version of
Nvidias GeForce video cards. It has 64 MB of high speed DDR (double
data rate) video memory, making great use of our video PCI
slot. It has video input supports real time 704X480 video capture, high
quality video compression, and video editing. It also has high quality
TV output for big screen gaming or presentation, which will work beautifully
with our nice big LCD
Active Matrix Display. And best of all, it has some cool 3D glasses
which enables stereoscopic 3D gaming, pictures and video viewing for
when we really get into our games of Quake.