R9600-256XTurbo

Category: Video and Graphic Cards
Manufacturer: AMD (was ATI Technologies, Inc.)
Caution Level: safe
Operating System: Windows NT 4, Windows NT, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows 98
Latest Version / Release Date: 12 May 2005 / 6.14.10.6542

Windows device driver information for R9600-256XTurbo

The R9600-256XTurbo is video card manufactured by ATI Technologies, Inc. In general, this device also known as a video adapter is an expansion card whose primary purpose is to produce and output images to a display. Its features include the ability to display accelerated depiction of 3D scenes and a television tuner adapter. It is also capable of video capture and MPEG-2 and MPEG-4 decoding. It has a light pen, FireWire and television output or the ability to connect to a lot of monitors. Video hardware can be incorporated on its main board. The GPU of the video card is a processor optimized for speeding up graphics. The processor is developed specifically to perform floating point calculations which are basic to 3D graphics interpretation. Its core clock frequency normally ranges from 250 to 850 MHz. Its pipelines which are the vertex and fragment shaders interpret a #D picture typified by lines and vertices into a 2D image created by pixels.

Outdated Drivers?

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

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The R9600-256XTurbo is part of a computer that is responsible for sending all outgoing data to a monitor. This video card also supports the use of multiply monitors. There are two methods to execute the use of multiple monitors. The first method is to set up many video cards in a single machine. This is so far the most convenient way, but it has a lot of disadvantages. The greatest disadvantage is that there is no ordinary configuration that will work for everyone. The success of a multi-card set up is also reliant upon the hardware configuration of the desktop being used. As an alternative of making use of a third party video card, some of the lower end machines have their video capabilities constructed right into the motherboard. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and R9600-256XTurbo errors before installing any driver updates.