Category: GPU

THERMAL INTERFACE MATERIAL

The CPU and GPU both are high power components in the typical gaming PC. CPU coolers generally use a fan and heatsink assembly that is clipped or screwed into place. Gaming graphics cards use double slot coolers to support a thicker heatsink and cooler. Video cards can exceed 450W of power so excess heat has …

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HERCULES GRAPHICS CARD

Hercules_MDA

The Hercules graphics card was released late in 1982. The card is compatible with the IBM MDA card but it offers an additional LPT port saving on a slot and the expense of a printer card. The Hercules card sold for $499 which was typical for a video card in 1982. The card immediately was …

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OUR VIDEO CARDS

IBM MDA

The original PC offered 2 different video cards. The monochrome display adapter (MDA) and the color display adapter (CGA). Soon after that came the enhanced graphics adapter (EGA) and then the video graphics adapter (VGA) became the design standard that sill is in widespread use today. While we have divested of numerous graphics cards, we are …

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