Category: Monitor and Video cards
Caution Level: Intermediate
Download File Size: 8.58MB
Operating System: Windows XP/2000
Latest Version / Release Date: 220.127.116.1136 / 19 Jan 2003
Radeon IGP 340 is classified as a video card or in other terms a display adapter, a graphic card, a graphic accelerator or a video adapter. The main use of a video card is to generate output images on a screen or a form of display such as a monitor as well as other forms of display like the projector. The output images mainly depend on the type of application that a user is using at the time. it can either be in form of games or other applications that may include TV output, TV tuner adapter, video capture, connectivity to multiple monitors just but to name a few. Video cards are connected to the computer through the motherboard expansion slots that well placed in the computer. After the video card is connected to the motherboard the system is covered to prevent accumulating a lot of dust but the video card slot can still be accessed even after the system has been cased.
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
The video cards can be accessed from the back of the CPU. The slots can now be connected to any video displays that are available to the user. Radeon IGP 340 is ideal for users who need a card that has advanced graphic capabilities and also users who use the video card for various video games that are very demanding. This video card comes with high quality graphical performance which makes it ideal for 3D animators as well as professional graphic designers. Radeon IGP 340 provides users with the Hyper Z‚Ñ¢ HD feature that offers high display resolutions that may include among many others HDTV resolutions. The video card also includes the Hydravision feature that is responsible for managing multiple monitors which makes the video card flexible in display support and can also enable combinations of TV, DVI and VGA. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Radeon IGP 340 errors before installing any driver updates.