Fast track to 24-bit color

McClelland, Deke
April 1994
Macworld;Apr94, Vol. 11 Issue 4, p92
Reports on the laboratory tests for video-acceleration cards designed for graphics professionals. Benefit from inexpensive cards; Speed in the redraw of complex graphic elements inside the document; Ability to display 24-bit images from on-board video boards. INSETS: What to expect from built-in video.;Behind our tests..


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