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Matrox G550 Passive Cooled Graphics Card - 32MB - G55-MDDE32F
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32MB Matrox G55-MDDE32F, PCIe (x1) , 2x DVI, Passive Cooled Graphics Card

Matrox G550 Passive Cooled Graphics Card - 32MB
Matrox G550 Passive Cooled Graphics Card - 32MB
Product Overview
This cost-effective graphics card brings the reliability, stability, and features of the proven Millennium G550 product line to PCI Express systems. The x1 design of the card makes it compatible with all compliant PCI Express slots - especially useful for systems with no available PCI Express x16 slots.

In addition to having Matrox display drivers for Windows, the Millennium G550 PCIe is the world's first PCI Express graphics card with open-source display drivers for Linux and other UNIX-like operating systems.

With support for using 2 monitors at a time and reliable passive cooling (a heat sink with no fan), this product is ideal for a variety of mission-critical professional applications, including computer-aided dispatch, security monitoring, and process control. By helping to manage large amounts of information, Matrox multi-display technology can improve productivity and reduce errors.
• Passive cooling (heat sink with no fan) for silent operation and extra reliability.
• Easy-to-use Matrox PowerDesk driver interface.
• Matrox Clone to view a copy of one display on the other display.
• Matrox Multi-Display Zoom to view a portion of one display full-screen on the other display.
• Matrox DVDMax to view hardware-accelerated video playback in a video window on one display and full-screen on the other display.
• Support for displays with special aspect ratios.
• Support for customizable unattended installation for rapid multi-system setup.
Technical Specification
Chipset Features:
Memory Size:
RAMDAC Frequency:
PCIe (x1)
  • 2 x DVI
Other Features:
Video Output Standards:

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