Sapphire Releases ADD2 Card

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| Sep 28, 2006 at 6:14 pm CDT
Sapphire are looking after users of integrated graphics solutions with their new ADD2 card, the first of its kind. This little x16 PCIe card allows one to extend the output configuration of their IGP with a single-link DVI video port, allowing for multiple display output. This card isnt however a standalone graphics solution, it feeds off the exisiting IGP on your motherboard.

Details over at the DailyTech.

Sapphire has released its new ADD2 card for integrated graphics equipped motherboards and systems. The Sapphire ADD2 card takes advantage of the available PCI Express x16 slot designated for graphics and adds a single-link DVI video output. This is no way a graphics card upgrade but a video output expansion module. Nevertheless the single-link DVI output supports resolutions up to 1600x1200.

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