ASUS V8170 V56.64

Category: Monitor and video card
Manufacturer: Asus
Caution Level: Safe
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Operating System: Windows 98SE/ME/NT4/2000/XP
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Windows device driver information for ASUS V8170 V56.64

Another piece of device that has been discontinued for several inadequacies is the ASUS V8170. It was previously known to work in conjunction to another powerful device like the NVIDIA GeForce 4 MX 440-SE GPU. Its notable feature include having a high speed of 64MB and a 32MB DDR video memory as well as a high quality television output for big or wide screen gaming and presentations. It is also recommended for DirectX 8.1 & OpenGL advance technologies. This device allows the card to cater superb gaming quality in most popular 3D games. Primarily, ASUS V8170 works as a capture card. Most capture cards are thus popularized as “TV tuner cards”. It is type of hardware or computer component that permits television signals to enter and be received by a computer. They are mostly correlated to video cards since most of TV tuner cards operate just like video capture cards. TV tuners allow TV signals to record television programs into hard discs. There are a lot of TV tuners which are further categorized as interfaces like the PCI bus expansion card, PCI Express bus, PCMCIA, ExpressCard or USB devices that have become so popular in the market these days. There also other multi function video cards that contain double functionalities like TV tuners and the like.

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Most of these cards are known as hyped devices from ATI that belong to the “All-In-Wonder” series. These cards have most of the TV tuner’s specifications like that of a tuner and an analog to digital converter or an analog front end which are paired further with demodulation and interface logic. Other additional features include an onboard processor. This processor gets its power over to the system's central processing unit for demodulation, working similarly to a Winmodem. Video cards, on the other hand, are called various names. This video card is also known as a video adapter, graphics accelerator card, display adapter and graphics card. A video capture card functions mostly as video capture devices. It is innovated to directly link itself to expansion slots in personal computers and servers. Its models vary from the many companies that manufacture it like PCI, newer PCI Express (PCIe) or AGPbus interfaces. Another term that maybe connected with TV tuner cards are graphics cards that also acts as expansion cards whose purpose is to create and output images onto a display. Other notable functions include an accelerated rendering of 3D scenes and 2D graphics as well as video capture, TV tuner adapter, MPEG-2 and MPEG-4 decoding. This also goes for firewire, light pen, TV output or the ability to connect multiple monitors while other modern high performance cards are used for more graphically demanding purposes such as personal games. This hardware is always bundled on the motherboard and previously being configured as a video controller or graphics controller. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and ASUS V8170 V56.64 errors before installing any driver updates.