Matrox P690 Graphics Card

128MB Matrox P69-MDDE128LPF, P690, PCI-E (x16), LFH-60, Low Profile Fitting, Passive Cooling

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Scan code: LN20548 Manufacturer code: P69-MDDE128LPF Request call
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Product Overview Reliable, ultra-low power graphics solution with wide enterprise flexibility
The low-profile Matrox Millennium P690 LP PCIe x16 128MB offers DualHead® support for two digital or analog monitors at high resolution and pristine image quality. Designed with native PCI Express x16 support, it can accommodate both ATX and low-profile systems, making it ideal for small form factor PCs and docking stations. The P690 LP PCIe x16 builds upon the reliability, stability, and features of the proven Millennium P-Series product line, and is suitable for a wide range of professional applications. Ultra-low power consumption, fanless cooling, and unified display drivers make it easy to deploy across multiple systems in long-life environments. Features • Matrox DualHead® technology with support for two digital or analog monitors at a time
• Independent resolutions and stretched desktop both supported
• Native PCI Express x16 support
• Low-profile form factor to fit in a wider variety of systems
• Passive cooling (heat sink with no fan) for silent operation and extra reliability
• Ultra low power consumption: 10 watts
• Unified driver package also compatible with other products in P-Series, G-Series, QID Series, MMS Series, Parhelia Series, and Extio Series
• Display drivers for Windows XP and XP x64, Windows 2000, Windows Vista (XDDM) and Vista x64 (XDDM), Windows Server 2003 and Server 2003 x64
• Easy-to-use Matrox PowerDesk desktop management software
• Support for customizable unattended installation of drivers for multi-system set-up
• Compatible with Matrox PowerSpace for augmented multi-display desktop functionality including multiple workspace configuration support, program autostart, desktop recall, RDP recognition support, and multi-system workspace import/export
• Joined graphics card mode enables an additional Matrox DualHead‡ or TripleHead± graphics card to work in tandem in one system to drive up to four displays using advanced multi-card features†
• Widescreen resolution support and additional functionality via Matrox PowerRes
• Display pivoting (rotation) support
• Global sales and technical support
• RoHS and WEEE compliant
Specifications
Specifications
Chipset P690
Chipset Features  
Memory Size 128MB
RAMDAC Frequency  
Interface PCIe (x16)
Connectivity 1 x LFH-60
Cooling Passive
Other Features RoHS
Video Output Standards  
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Details
Duration:
24 months
Type:
Direct
DOA Period:
28 days
RTB Period:
1 months
Manufacturer Contact Details
Manufacturer:
MATROX
Telephone:
01753 665522
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