Category: Video & Graphics Card
Manufacturer: Elsa
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 6MB
Operating System: Windows XP, 2000, Windows NT
Latest Version / Release Date: / 07 Feb 2009

Windows device driver information for ELSA ERAZOR II

The Elsa Erazor II is a video card by a German company, which promises video game lovers good quality games. The card has a fan instead of a heat sink, as is the norm with other video cards, which gives it superior cooling capabilities than the competing cards. Another difference is the entron SGRAM, which is used in place of an SDRAM. To install the card in one's machine, the user should carefully read the user's guide, which offers details about changing the color depth, using a multi-media player and offers the use guidelines on how to fine-tune the card in order to enjoy superior gaming. The manual also offers user in-depth details about the different games and the graphics therein. The Elsa Erazor II is one of the two RIVA TNT boards introduced by the manufacturer company for the consumer graphic's market.

Outdated Drivers?

Unless you update your drivers regularly you may face hardware performance issues.

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Driver installation for the Elsa Erazor II is quite easy, especially considering that the user's manual is quite detailed. They are also available for downloaded from the official Elsa website. The software installation is usually smooth albeit the fact that most systems detects the Elsa Erazor II card as an nVidia RIVA TNT, which is the reference driver for the same. Once installed, the drivers present superb gamma correction controls as well as other excellent controls over the gaming refreshing rates and the interactivity of virtue screens. RIVA TNT boards provide anti-liaising qualities, texture-memory size and MIP-Mapping options among others, which are part of the nVidia OpenGL/D3D standard options. Overall, through the Elsa Erazor II card, the manufacturer company has been able to make way into most modern gamers' boxes. The RIVA chipset is a good source of stability for the card thus making it appeal further to the gamers. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and ELSA ERAZOR II errors before installing any driver updates.