Category: Sound and Multimedia
Caution Level: Intermediate
Download File Size: Not Indicated
Operating System: MS 2000, XP, Server 2003, and windows Vista
Latest Version / Release Date: P69-MDDP1128F / 2006
The Matrox Millennium p690 PCI is a graphics card with 129 MB memory and a registered full dual head that allows it to support two analog or digital monitors. The graphics card works at high-resolution display that ensures that the two monitors have spotless image quality. The device that a cooling system that does not use a fan and thus consumes less power at only 10.7 watts To make it compatible across different systems, the device that unified drivers applicable to different operating systems. Such include products such as the P-series, QID series, MMS series, Extio Series, G-series and Parhelia Series. Since the graphics card is built upon the stable and reliable features of a proven P-series product-line, the device is suitable for use in professional applications. The device has independent resolutions that stretch across the two desktops supported by the two displays.
Unless you update your drivers regularly you may face hardware performance issues.
To check your drivers you should manually verify every device on your system for driver updates
On purchase of the Matrox Millennium P690 PCI device, the user is usually provided with desktop management software that is customized to support different set-up systems. For amplified multi- display functionalities, the device is compatible with the Matrox PowerSpace, which enhances the device's performance. This is done through configuration support, desktop recall, program auto-start, a program that recognizes RDP and a work space that allow the importation and exportation of multi-systems. Display rotation is also supported by the device as does wide screen resolutions. Overall, the device offers professional functions to the user since it has multi-card features that support up to four displays. In digital monitors, the device offers 1900 x 1200 resolutions per display, while analog monitors have 2048 x 1536 maximum resolutions per display. The millennium P-series qualities in the Matrox Millennium P690 PCI device make it ideal for use in long-time environments It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Matrox Millennium P690 PCI errors before installing any driver updates.