Category: Monitor and Video Card
Manufacturer: SiS Corporation
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 617.8 KB
Operating System: Windows 95, Windows 98
Latest Version / Release Date: 4.13.01.1133 / 10 May 2001
Equipped with a chipset from SiS Corporation it makes use of a 32 MB of video memory to support its onboard graphics processor. This allows the host computer system to benefit from a dedicated hardware component for the calculations of graphics related data. In turn this will free up vital system resources that can be allocated to other more critical operations. The presence of the AGP 110L/AGP 110S will provide a relative boost to the operational speed that can be reached by the host computer system. The actual boost in performance would be dependent on the physical configuration of the host machine as well as its current load. This hardware component with its corresponding device driver allows the host computer system to execute graphics intensive and demanding software applications like computer games and image editing programs among others. The device driver also functions in conjunction with prevailing display protocols supported and implemented by the host operating system environment.
Unless you update your drivers regularly you may face hardware performance issues.
To check your drivers you should manually verify every device on your system for driver updates
This particular graphics hardware component makes use of the Accelerated Graphics Port which is an interface based on the PCI slot specifications. The main difference is that the Accelerated Graphics Port caters specifically to the throughput demands of three dimensional graphics. In this context the device driver supports the execution of a point-to-point channel dedicated for the graphics controller's access to the main memory module of the host computer system. This particular interface port implements a 32-bit wide channel that provides a base data transfer frequency rate of 66 MHz. In total the available bandwidth delivered by the Accelerated Graphics Port reaches a maximum of 266 megabytes per second compare to the 133 megabytes per second of its predecessor. This increased data transfer rate provided by the AGP 110L/AGP 110S for graphics content is how the host computer system improves its overall performance. The device driver also supports the storage of 3D textures in the system memory instead of the video memory. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and AGP 110L/AGP 110S errors before installing any driver updates.