Category: Monitor & Video Cards
Manufacturer: CTS computer Technological System Corp
Caution Level: Safe
Operating System: Windows 98/2000/2003/2008/ME/XP/Vista/Server 2008/Home Server
ACTCTS VG375 PCI is a VGA card whose manufacturer is not known. VGA is an acronym which stands for Video Graphics Array. It is a system for graphics display which was created by IBM and has since then become part of the de facto standards that personal computers use. When it is in text mode, the system of VGA is capable of giving a 720 x 400 resolution. When it is in graphics mode, the VGA resolution is 640 x 480 when using 16 colors and when there are 256 colors, the resolution is 320 x 200. VGA utilizes analog signals therefore monitors which have been created for an older standard may not be able to utilize VGA. However, almost all personal computers support VGA presently, and they may also be able to support another standard which is more advanced.
Unless you update your drivers regularly you may face hardware performance issues.
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A VGA card is a display adapter which is capable of giving VGA resolution. All dispay adapters or graphics cards for personal computers can give VGA resolutions at base level. Some of the specifications of VGA include a video RAM for 256 KB, color modes of 16 color and 256 color, a horizontal pixel of 800 maximum and 600 lines maximum. VGA also features refresh rates to a maximum of 70 Hz, barrel shifter, a planar mode with a maximum of 16 colors, Raster Ops support and 0.7 V peak-to-peak. A color palette of 262, 144 value and selectable 25.175 MHz as well as 28.322 MHz for master clock. For this product to function effectively and efficiently, users should always ensure that they are using the latest version of the device driver as old versions have been known to create conflict and produce errors in the work of the device. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and ACTCTS VG375 PCI errors before installing any driver updates.