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V-Communications Partition Commander,
V-Link architecture,
v-pipes,
V.42 modem standard,
V.42bis modem standard,
V.44 modem standard, 2nd
V.90 modem standard, 2nd
V.92 modem standard, 2nd
vacuum cleaners, 2nd
vacuum tubes,
variable frequency synthesizers,
variable voltage transformers,
VBR (volume boot record),
VDM (visual display module) prototype,
Veritas Software,
vertex skinning,
vertical recording,
vertical scan frequencies,
vertices,
very large scale integration (VLSI),
very low frequency (VLF) emissions,
VESA (Video Electronics Standards Assocation)
     buses
     SVGA (Super VGA)
VGA (video graphics array)
     memory
     VGA-to-NTSC converters
     video adapters
VIA Technologies, Inc.
     chipsets
         Apollo KT133
         Apollo KT133A
         Apollo KT266
         Apollo KT266A
         Apollo KT333
         Apollo KT400/KM400
         Apollo KT400A
         Apollo KT600
         Apollo KT880
         Apollo KX133
         Apollo P4X266 family
         Apollo P4X400
         Apollo P4X400A
         Apollo P4X533
         K8T800/K8T800 Pro/K8M800
         K8T890/K8M890
         MuTIOL architecture
         ProSavage KM133
         ProSavage KM266
         ProSavage P4M266
         PT800/PM800/PT880/PM880
         PT880 Ultra/PT894/PT894 Pro
         reference tables 2nd 3rd
         V-Link architecture
     contact information
     motherboards
         ITX motherboards
         Mini-ITX motherboards
         Nano-ITX motherboards
     processors
         C3
         C3 E-series
         Eden
         specifications
Vibra-16 sound cards,
vibration control (CD-ROM drives),
VID (voltage identification) pins,
video adapters, 2nd [See also 3D graphics,.]
     24-bit mode
     32-bit mode
     3D chipsets
         Matrox chipsets
         NVIDIA chipsets
         SiS chipsets
         XGI chipsets
     analog signals
     APIs (application programming interfaces)
     BIOS 2nd 3rd 4th
     buses
         AGP (Accelerated Graphics Port) 2nd
         comparison of
         PCI Express
         width
     buying tips
     chipsets
         identifying
         integrated video/motherboard chipsets
         video processor technologies
     comparison of
     components
     configuring
     defined
     desktop video boards
     digital signals
     dual-GPU scene rendering
         ATI CrossFire
         NVIDIA SLI
     installation
     memory
     multiple monitors
         configuring
         DualView
         enabling
         integrated graphics
         multiple-head video chipsets
         online resources
         primary displays
         secondary displays
     obsolete adapters
     RAMDAC (digital-to-analog converter)
     removing
     replacing
     resource conflicts
     SVGA (Super VGA)
         pinouts
         VESA (Video Electronics Standards Assocation) standards
     television/computer signal comparison
     testing
     troubleshooting 2nd 3rd
     TV tuners
     UMA (unified memory architecture)
     upgrading
     VGA (Video Graphics Array)
     video BIOS
     video capture devices
         comparison of
         component video
         data compression
         hardware/software requirements
         S-video connectors
         troubleshooting
         upgrades
         video capture boards 2nd
         video sources
     video drivers
     video RAM
         DDR SDRAM (double data rate SDRAM)
         DDR-II SDRAM (double data rate SDRAM)
         GDDR-3 SDRAM (double data rate SDRAM)
         minimum requirements
         RAM calculations
         SDRAM (synchronous DRAM)
         SGRAM (synchronous graphics RAM)
         speed
         video bus width
     video-output adapters
     warranties
Video BIOS Cacheable setting,
video capture devices
     comparison of
     component video
     data compression
     hardware/software requirements
     S-video connectors
     troubleshooting
     upgrades
     video capture boards 2nd
     video sources
video cards [See video adapters,.]
video CD discs,
Video Configuration menu (BIOS Setup),
video drivers,
Video Electronics Standards Assocation [See VESA (Video Electronics Standards Assocation).]
Video Graphics Array (VGA) adapters,
video monitors
     buying tips
         brightness and contrast
         digital controls
         dot pitch
         emissions
         frequencies
         interlaced/noninterlaced
         power management
         refresh rates
         resolution
         size
         stripe pitch
     care and maintenance
     compared to television signals
     CRT (cathode ray tube) 2nd
         compared to LCD
         curved picture tubes
         dot pitch 2nd
         electron guns
         FST (flat square tube) designs
         horizontal scan rates
         interfaces
         multiple-frequency monitors
         persistence
         phosphor triads
         raster
         refresh rates
         scanning frequency
         screen phosphors
         shadow masks 2nd
         slotted masks
         stripe pitch
     digital controls
     DLP projectors
     emissions
     frequencies
         horizontal frequencies
         vertical scan frequencies
     interlaced/noninterlaced
     LCD (liquid crystal display)
         advantages of
         brightness and contrast
         buying tips
         compared to CRT
         costs
         dead pixels
         DFP (Digital Flat Panel)
         disadvantages of
         display connections
         flat-panel
         monochrome
         passive-matrix
         polarizing filters
         projectors
         resolution
         subpixels
         wide-screen
     multiple monitors
         configuring
         DualView
         enabling
         integrated graphics
         multiple-head video chipsets
         online resources
         primary displays
         secondary displays
     plasma displays
     power management
         ACPI (Advanced Configuration and Power Interface)
         APM (Advanced Power Management)
         DPMS (Display Power-Management Signaling)
         Energy 2000 standard
         Energy Star standard
     refresh rates
         comparison of
         defined
         flicker-free refresh rates
         minimum recommendations
         setting
     resolution
     size 2nd
     testing 2nd
     troubleshooting
     video adapter types
video RAM (random access memory), 2nd
     DDR SDRAM (double data rate SDRAM)
     DDR-II SDRAM (double data rate SDRAM)
     GDDR-3SDRAM (double data rate SDRAM)
     minimum requirements
     RAM calculations
     SDRAM (synchronous DRAM)
     SGRAM (synchronous graphics RAM)
     speed
     video bus width
Video RAM Cacheable setting (BIOS Setup),
video-output adapters,
virtual device drivers (VxDs),
virtual real mode,
     486DX processors
     80386 processors
Virus Warning setting (BIOS Setup),
viruses
     checking for
     Virus Warning feature (BIOS)
vises,
visible surface determination,
visual display module (VDM) prototype,
VL-Bus,
VLF (very low frequency) emissions,
VLSI (very large scale integration),
voice recognition
     analog modems
     microphones
     voice-dictation software
voice-coil actuators,
     automatic head parking
     closed loop feedback mechanism
     linear
     rotary
     servo mechanisms
         dedicated servo
         disk sweep
         embedded servo
         gray code
         servowriters
         thermal recalibration
         wedge servo
     track following systems
voice-dictation software,
volatile storage [See RAM (random access memory),.]
VOLDET pins,
voltage [See power supply.]
voltage identification (VID) pins,
voltage reduction technology (VRT),
voltage regulator module (VRM),
voltage regulators,
volume boot record (VBR),
volume control
     sound cards
     speakers
     troubleshooting
von Leibniz, Gottfried Wilhelm,
von Neumann, John, 2nd
VPSD (VIA Platform Solutions Division) [See VIA Technologies, Inc..]
VRM (voltage regulator module),
VRT (voltage reduction technology),
VT8231 chips,
VT8233 chips,
VT8233(C) chips,
VT8233A chips,
VT8233C chips,
VT8235 chips,
VT8237 chips,
VT82C586A chips,
VT82C586B chips,
VT82C596A chips,
VT82C596B chips,
VT82C686A chips, 2nd
VT8363 chips,
VT8371 chips,
VXA drives,
VXA-1 drives,
VXA-2 drives,
VxDs (virtual device drivers),

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