What is a graphics card?
Display card, with the full name display interface card, also known as the display adapter, is one of the most basic configuration and most important accessories of the computer. As an important part of the computer host computer, the display card is a device for digital-to-analog signal conversion, which undertakes the task of outputting display graphics. The display card is connected to the computer motherboard, which converts the digital signal of the computer into an analog signal for display, and the display card also has image processing capability, which can assist the CPU to work and improve the overall running speed. Display cards are very important for people who are engaged in professional graphic design. In scientific computing, a display card is called a display accelerator card.