Definition of video card in English:

video card


  • A printed circuit board controlling output to a display screen.

    • ‘Another minor surprise is that the opteron motherboard required a video card in order to boot.’
    • ‘The advanced properties will open and you should see a tab at the top listing the chipset of your video card.’
    • ‘This should prove to help with overclocking the video card beyond its default clock speeds.’
    • ‘You do need to make certain that your system is equipped with a good-quality video card and a sound card.’
    • ‘If you want to be able to play this game you will need to purchase a video card for your computer.’
    • ‘However the clock speed of the CPU matters much less then the video card at higher settings.’
    • ‘When you first turn the computer on, the video card syncs in and out of frequencies during the boot stage.’
    • ‘As the video card displays one image, the opposing eye is blocked by the shutter.’
    • ‘Choose the appropriate X server for the video card of the diskless workstation.’
    • ‘This occurred with a PCI video card too, so I would assume that the CPU is the bottleneck.’


video card

/ˈvidēˌō ˌkärd/