ATI FireMV 2260

Category: Monitor and video card
Manufacturer: ATI
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 39.6MB
Operating System: Windows Vista - 32-Bit Edition 
Latest Version / Release Date: 8.521 / 10 Oct 2008

Windows device driver information for ATI FireMV 2260

ATI FireMV 2260 delivers the most needed characteristics expected from a video card. This includes reliability, stability, flexibility, ease of use, customer support and low power consumption as well as space efficient low profile design and durability. The FireMV 2200 series is designed to have a multi-view 2D workstation acceleration cards for most business and financial target markets. Among its unique features include the multi-Display 2D video card and 3D capabilities that are similar to the low-end Radeon graphics products. Reports say that this graphics can outfit all Matrox video cards. Furthermore, the card is built with a dual GPU, a total of four display output via a VHDCI connector or single GPU and a total of two display output via a DMS-59 connector which are open to both PCI and PCI Express interfaces. This is even though 2D cards can still cater to OpenGL 2.0, especially since it is based on the RV515 GPU and dual DisplayPort output in the workstation 2D graphics market - spotting DirectX 10.1 support. This card has been discontinued in the market when a lot of the new machine outfitted the features of this machine. FireMV 2260 is also classified as a video card. This video card is also known as a video adapter, graphics accelerator card, display adapter or a graphics card. A graphics card is also an expansion card whose purpose is to create and output images onto a display.

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Other notable functions of this device include accelerated rendering of 3D scenes and 2D graphics, video capture as well as TV tuner adapter, MPEG-2 and MPEG-4 decoding. This also includes firewire, light pen, TV output and 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 is also configured as a video controller or graphics controller. The device also supports functions like composite and s-video input in order to connect to your home video system or camcorder. Its format supports to MPEG-1, MPEG-2, VCD and DVD. It can also cut unwanted clips so that you can only get what you need from one video clip. It also features real time preview functions and 115 transitions to choose from - including 3D, pans, wipes and the like. Users can also add music or audio effects into your movie and edit it further to slow and or fast motion function. This enables you to control the speed of your video – making dramatic or humorous scenes. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and ATI FireMV 2260 errors before installing any driver updates.