Matrox P69/690 Plus Low-Profile PCI x16 256 MB Graphics Card

B&H # MAP690LPI256 MFR # P69-MDDP256LAUF
Matrox P69/690 Plus Low-Profile PCI x16 256 MB Graphics Card

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  • Support Two Digital Monitors at a Time
  • Passive Cooling for Extra Reliability
  • Ultra Low Power Consumption 11 watts

You Pay: $229.95

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The P69/690 Plus Low-Profile PCI x16 256 MB Graphics Card of Matrox gives full DualHead support for two digital or analog monitors at high resolution and pristine image quality, and can be upgraded (via a Quad-HD15 cable) to drive four analog monitors. With ultra-low power consumption, fanless cooling, and unified display drivers for easy deployment across multiple systems, the P690 Plus LP PCI is suitable for a wide range of professional applications. This graphics card builds upon the reliability, stability, and features of the proven P-Series product line, making it an ideal choice for use in long-life environments.

Matrox DualHead technology with support for two digital or analog monitors at a time
Independent resolutions* and stretched desktop both supported
Passive cooling for silent operation and extra reliability
Ultra low power consumption: 11 watts
Unified driver package also compatible with other products in P-Series, G-Series, QID Series, MMS Series, Parhelia Series, and Extio Series
Display drivers for Windows XP and XP x64, Windows 2000, Windows Vista and Vista x64, Windows Server 2003 and Server 2003 x64* 1
Easy-to-use Matrox PowerDesk desktop management software
Support for customizable unattended installation of drivers for multi system setup
Compatible with Matrox PowerSpace for augmented multi display desktop functionality including multiple workspace configuration support, program autostart, desktop recall, RDP recognition support, and multi-system workspace import/export
Joined graphics card mode enables an additional Matrox DualHead or TripleHead graphics card to work in tandem in one system to drive up to four displays using advanced multi-card features
Widescreen resolution support and additional functionality via Matrox PowerRes
RoHS and WEEE compliant
Graphics Memory 256 MB DDR2
Bracket Connectors LFH60
Card form factor Low Profile
Bracket form factor ATX
Adapter Cables LFH-60 to 2 x DVI
Connector Adapters 2 DVI-to-HD15
EMC certifications Class A - ACA, CE, CSA, FCC, VCCI
Maximum resolutions (per display)
  • Digital, 1-2 monitors: 1920 x 1200
  • Analog, 1-2 monitor: 2048 x 1536
  • Analog, 3-4 monitors: 1920 x 1200
  • Dimensions Not Specified by the Manufacturer
    Weight Not Specified by the Manufacturer
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 1.05 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 10.2 x 6.3 x 2.8"
    Matrox P69/690 Plus Low-Profile PCI x16 256 MB Graphics Card
  • LFH60-to-DVI-I dual-monitor adapter cable (1 foot)
  • Two DVI-I-to-HD15 connector adapters
  • LP bracket
  • Matrox display drivers for Microsoft Windows XP and Windows 2000*
  • Matrox PowerDesk desktop management software
  • 3 Year Warranty
  • Note: * Please use the driver section for additional operating systems or contact us for information regarding operating systems not shown on the Matrox web site.

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