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HIS 9250 128 MB (64-bit) PCI Graphics Card

3.5 out of 5 stars 7 customer reviews

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  • 240 MHz graphics card powered by ATI Radeon 9250 VPU
  • 128 MB, 64-bit DDR memory
  • 2048 x 1536 maximum resolution
  • Dual VGA, DVI, TV-out supported
  • SmartShader, SmoothVision, Truform and HyperZ II technologies

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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: HIS
  • Model Number: H925H128E1TOPN
  • Item Package Quantity: 1
  • Graphics Coprocessor: Radeon
  • Graphics Card Ram: 128.0 MB
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Product Description

Product Description

HIS Excalibur 9250 delivers a dazzling visual experience with the highest performance in its class, driven by an advanced Quad-pipe rendering architecture, full support for the PCI standard and programmable geometry and texture engines. Chipset Features Powered by ATI Radeon 9250 VPU 128 MB, 64-bit DDR memory Four parallel pixel pipelines One parallel vertex processing engines SmartShader 1.0 SmoothVision 1.0 TruForm 1.0 HyperZ II Video Immersion II FullStream PCI DirectX 9 compatible and OpenGL supported VGA, TV-Out and DVI-I supportedProduct Features240 MHz graphics card powered by ATI Radeon 9250 VPU128 MB, 64-bit DDR memory2048 x 1536 maximum resolutionDual VGA, DVI, TV-out supportedSmartShader, SmoothVision, Truform and HyperZ II technologiesTechnical DetailsChipset: Radeon 9250 Series ASIC: RV280 Pixel Pipelines: 4Vertex Engines: 1Manu. Process (Micron): 150 nmTransistor: 36MFill Rate: 960M Texel/sMemory Size : 128 MBMemory Type: DDRRAMDAC: 400 MHzEngine CLK: 240 MHzMemory CLK: 333 MHzMemory Interface: 64-bitMemory Bandwidth: 2.66 GB/sMaximum Resolution: 2048 x 1536Bus Interface: PCIVGA: Yes2nd VGA: YesDVI: Yes2nd DVI: NoTV-out: YesHDTV: NoVideo-in: YesTV Tuner: NoFM Tuner: NoUnique Feature 26: explain

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HIS Excalibur 9250 delivers a dazzling visual experience with the highest performance in its class, driven by an advanced Quad-pipe rendering architecture, full support for the PCI standard and programmable geometry and texture engines.

Chipset Features

  • Powered by ATI Radeon 9250 VPU
  • 128 MB, 64-bit DDR memory
  • Four parallel pixel pipelines
  • One parallel vertex processing engines
  • SmartShader 1.0
  • SmoothVision 1.0
  • TruForm 1.0
  • HyperZ II
  • Video Immersion II
  • FullStream
  • PCI
  • DirectX 9 compatible and OpenGL supported
  • VGA, TV-Out and DVI-I supported

Product Information

Product Dimensions 5 x 4 x 1 inches
Item Weight 4 ounces
Shipping Weight 4 ounces
ASIN B000PCD8ZW
Item model number H925H128E1TOPN
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3.5 out of 5 stars 7 customer reviews

3.5 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #2,449 in Electronics > Computers & Accessories > Computer Components > Graphics Cards
Date first available at Amazon.com March 15, 2007

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By lighten_up_already2 VINE VOICE on May 9, 2011
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I was able to adapt my old Dell Dimension 4400 computer to running dual monitors: one for the desk and one for the flat panel above my treadmill so I can watch streaming movies while I work out. It has just enough resolution to run both monitors in native resolution which makes them very nice to use, whether for movie watching or productivity. This was one of my great computer stuff buys!
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I've got an old machine running AMD athelon on a VIA board. Think circa 2001. My concerns were that it worked with my old hardware and that it was linux (ubuntu) friendly. I am just too old to spend hours on a dual monitor setup.

Upon card installation, my monitor lit right up with bois dumps. After that it switched over to the onboard for the logon screen. Good so far. After re-running xorg auto config and restarting X, one of my monitors on the new card came right up. You then have to manually add the 2nd monitor, but thats easy. Buttom line is that the ati driver existed and worked.

The other thing to watch out for is the type of card. Older machines will only support a vanilla PCI and sometimes AGP. Be careful not to get a PCI Express if your motherboard doesnt support it.

I did not test on windows, but I'm assuming its pretty plug and play.

The only negative thing I'll say is that it didnt come with a DVI to VGA converter. Old monitors, like CRT's, will only support VGA. Luckily I had an extra lying around, but I'm guessing most will not.
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This card works well on older pcs that only have PCI slots on the motherboard. It has been working well without problems on my Windows XP Media Center Edition pc. It can play older games, such as Roller Coaster Tycoon 1 and 2. Unfortunately games that are graphic hogs will not work with this graphics card. Otherwise the Card works very well
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Usually when you buy a cheap peripheral video card you expect only exceed a little bit the resolution of the onboard video graphics, but in my opinion, this video card is more reliable than the expensive ones.
play video games requires more power, more advanced software. but it cost You.
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