Overclocker's Workbench heeft een screenshot gepost van de VGA BIOS technologie die een maand geleden door AOpen werd aangekondigd. Met behulp van het VGA BIOS kunnen belangrijke settings van de videokaarten, zoals chip voltage (kan leuk worden voor overklokken ), memory en core clock worden ingesteld:
Because VGA has embedded more functions including DVD/TV-out/Capture/DFP/3D virtual reality glass… These functions need more settings to adjust. Also in VGA chip, the internal architecture becomes more complex like 4X/2X/1X AGP, 3D engine... It’s time for a computer system to have a VGA BIOS setup to simplify VGA functions usage and fully drive the VGA power. We believe it is an important impact in VGA market that AOpen releases VGA BIOS technology to the market. It will be a trend too since VGA is going to high-end application field. VGA BIOS technology is too essential now.
PA3030 with nVidia Ultra-TNTII/32MB fastest SGRAM/TV-out and VGA BIOS technology build in. We make Ultra TNTII Ultra on AOpen PA3030. The important BIOS features are:
“CHIP VOLTAGE ADJUST” - Keep stable and high performance adjustment while operating under high core / memory clock. (All voltages is within safety range of chip voltage)
“MEMEORY CLOCK ADJUST” – Graphic card memory clock adjustment to enhance performance
“CORE CHIP CLOCK ADJUST” - Chip core clock adjustment to enhance performance
There are more practical functions also built in VGA BIOS like TV-FORMAT/Boot Up devices… We believed there will be more items needed to put into BIOS to make a central control. Central functions in BIOS make user easily use and control the card’s functions well. For examples, we all know the core clock only can be adjusted under window95/98 before. Now we have VGA BIOS technology, that can adjust it without O.S. limitation. So users can fully enjoy the power of PA3030.
AOpen VGA BIOS team invites users to enjoy the convenience of VGA BIOS. PA3030 will be the first product with AOpen VGA BIOS technology. And we are preparing more VGA products with VGA BIOS technology in future.