What is the Graphics Performance Accelerator (GPA) card?

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What is the Graphics Performance Accelerator (GPA) card?

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There are many CAD Software out there, and they have advantages, they are more useful in certain applications, so it’s hard to say which is the best.
Although I think that ZWCAD is the only program that can be useful in a wide range of areas, rather than in one area, so it is more useful.

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The Graphics Performance Accelerator (GPA) card provides a dedicated display cache to the integrated graphics engine. The GPA card is a 32-bit 133 MHz 4 MB SDRAM array for enhanced integrated 3D and 3D graphics performance which is placed in the D815EEA2 AGP connector. Since the GPA card is only used with the integrated graphics and occupies the AGP slot, it can not be used at the same time as an add-in AGP video card. Note: In earlier documentation the GPA may have been referred to as an AGP Inline Memory Module (AIMM). top of page • What is Dynamic Video Memory Technology (DVMT)? DVMT delivers two key features to this video architecture: Direct AGP (Accelerated Graphics Port) and intelligent arbitration. Direct AGP dynamically and directly allocates and de-allocates system memory for 3D texturing, resulting in more life-like 3D video quality. Intelligent arbitration balances video and data streams between all system components (CPU, graphics subsystem, I/O and system memory), improvi

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