Cardinal Health Spiro USB


Device driver details
Category: USB
Manufacturer: Cardinal
Caution Level: Intermediate
Download File Size: 0.04 MB
Operating System: Windows 2003/ Windows XP/ Windows NT/ Windows 2000
Latest Version / Release Date: 5.1.2600.18 / 01 Aug 2009
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Windows device driver information for Cardinal Health Spiro USB

The Cardinal Health Spiro USB is a controller that has many distinctive features such a dependable memory capacity of 32 mega bytes of SDRAM and an AGP x2/x4 interface. The memory is located within four chips on the right side of the PCB (printed circuit board). The memory chips integrated in the Cardinal Health Spiro USB have an outstanding access period of 5.6 ns, which in a way corresponds to a processing rate of around 164 MHz. The frequency is the most favorable level for the operation of computer memory chips and other devices whose capacity lies within the NVIDIA recommended range of between 164 MHz and 175 MHz. The GPU unit used in the Cardinal Health Spiro USB device is similar to that applied in the 3 dfx Voodoo 3 3000 device as well as many other PCI packages.

The Cardinal Health Spiro USB is designed to have an inventive configuration in spite of the fact that the NVIDIA guideline on device standards and regulations does not encompass specifications for structure, especially for PCI-models that are utilized with GeForce2 MX cards. The Cardinal Health Spiro USB is used with a card whose basic structure comprises a primary Twinview setup. This structure is worthwhile in the context of it being able to support a TV-out signal as well as two computer monitors. Hence, users can choose to use two monitors and a TV output at the same time. This means that if a computer user has access to a main board that lacks an AGP, the memory card incorporated in the Cardinal Health Spiro USB device can be used to provide support functions including three-dimensional acceleration and dual display. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Cardinal Health Spiro USB errors before installing any driver updates.


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