Apollo 3D Thrill 315 Explorer

Category: Monitor & Video Cards
Manufacturer: Silicon Integrated Systems (SiS)
Caution Level: Intermediate
Download File Size: Not stated
Operating System: Windows 98/2000/NT/XP/Me
Latest Version / Release Date: / 02 Jul 2009

Windows device driver information for Apollo 3D Thrill 315 Explorer

Apollo 3D thrill 315 Explorer is a SiS video card; also recognized as graphics cards, display adapters or graphics accelerator cards. Video cards are expansion cards used on an electronic device to produce and output images to a particular display. Most of them have additional functions like increased 3D scenes rendering, TV tuner adapter, FireWire, TV output, MPEG-2 as well as MPEG-4 decoding. Also, they are capable of connecting to several monitors at once. The video hardware can be incorporated on the computer's mainboard. Under such a configuration, a video card is referred to as graphics controller or as a video controller. Video cards are small, rectangular shaped and have many contacts on the card's bottom side and several ports on the side which connects to video displays as well as other devices. Video cards install on the motherboard's expansion slot.

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The Apollo 3D thrill 315 Explorer in- built engine for visibility is able to reduce the loading of the bandwidth and enhance the overall gaming performance. It includes SISR, the latest chipset for graphics processing 315E which has been optimized to be used for SDR. The 3D engine features an ultra-thin dye shrink, measuring 0.15 microns which supports clocking rates which are quite high. The 3D engine features two pipelines for dual texturing which are and mapping 4texels for each clock cycle. The new hyper texel architecture can give 666 Mega- texels as well as 333 mega-pixels for every second and works to deliver amazing frame rates and FSAA (Full Scene hardware Anti- Aliasing). For the Apollo 3D thrill Explorer to function properly, users should always ensure that they are using the latest version of the device driver as outdated versions can create conflict. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Apollo 3D Thrill 315 Explorer errors before installing any driver updates.