CTX VL950T

Category: Monitor and Video Card
Manufacturer: Chuntex Electronics Co. Ltd.
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 91 KB
Operating System: Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003
Latest Version / Release Date: 1.0.0 / 11 May 2002

Windows device driver information for CTX VL950T

This display hardware makes use of a shadow mask cathode ray tube to render images to the computer user. It is designed with a 19-inch screen and an 18-inch viewable area. The device driver for the CTX VL950T makes it possible to attain the maximum screen resolution of 1600 by 1200 dots per inch while operating at a 75 Hz refresh rate. For cathode ray tube based display hardware components the refresh rate dictates the number of times that the graphics card will attempt to redraw the image on the screen to minimize the instances of flickers. For Liquid Crystal Display based computer monitors which are not affected by flickers the refresh rate does not have a similar impact on the display quality. The device driver likewise implements the maximum synchronization rate of 160Hz and 95kHz for its vertical and horizontal sync respectively.

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The CTX VL950T accepts analog signals from the video adapter card via the 15-pin HD D-sub port. The device driver will attempt to mimic the operation of the onboard adjustment controls like brightness, contrast, color temperature, and rotation among others. The implementation of the software interface counterpart of these onboard adjustment controls is also supported by the device driver of the graphics card. This support from the graphics processing card is necessary because the CTX VL950T and other similar display monitors do not have built-in processors that can handle graphics related instructions. In this context the display monitor merely functions as an interface of the graphics card to create a proper representation of the processed information. The graphics card however still takes into consideration the limitations imposed by the manufacturer based on the design of the hardware component. The analog video signal generated by this display device adheres to the RGB standards. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and CTX VL950T errors before installing any driver updates.