Matrox M9140-E512LAF PCIe x16 Low Profile, QuadCard, 1920x1200 digital/analog, Passive

512Mb Matrox M9140-E512LAF PCIe x16 Low Profile, QuadCard, 1920x1200 digital/analog, Passive

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Product Overview The Matrox M9140 LP PCIe x16 512MB quad head graphics card with advanced desktop management support to drive business applications with exceptional performance. Features

  • 512 MB frame buffer

    Supports up to four displays at 128MB per channel

  • Native PCI Express (PCIe) x16 performance

    Maximum bandwidth for performance

  • Single card quad-monitor stretched and independent desktop

    Supported in both Windows Vista Aero (WDDM mode) and Windows XP

  • Pristine image quality for high resolution displays

    Up to 1920 x 1200 digital/analog per output

  • Passive cooling

    Fanless design eliminates noise and increases product reliability

  • Wide enterprise flexibility

    Unified driver package compatible with other Matrox products (P-Series, G-Series,
    QID Series, MMS Series, Parhelia Series, and Extio Series).

  • Multiple operating system support

    Display drivers for Microsoft® Windows® Vista (32/64bit), Windows
    XP (32/64bit), and Windows Server 2003 (32/64bit).

  • Low profile form factor

    To fit in a wide variety of systems.

  • Matrox PowerDesk software

    Easily configure and manage program windows on multiple monitors.

  • Global sales and technical support

  • RoHS and WEEE compliant

Specifications
Specifications
Chipset  
Chipset Features  
Memory Size 512MB
RAMDAC Frequency  
Interface PCIe (x16)
Connectivity 1 x KX20
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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