Matrox Announces Fanless Professional Video Card Line

Posted: Oct 16 2007, 9:53am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 4:23am CDT, in News | Hardware & Peripherals

Matrox Announces Fanless Professional Video Card Line
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Matrox announced several new video cards in its line of professional video cards today called the Matrox Millennium P690 series. All of these cards use passive cooling solutions to keep noise at a minimum inside your computer.

The cards use unified drivers and are available in several form factors. All cards in the series provide DualHead support for dual analog or digital displays and the P690 Plus series are upgradable to support four displays at once.

The cards only consume 12 watts or less of power. The series includes the P690 PCIe x16 128MB for $199, P690 PCI 128MB for $199, P690 LP PCIe x16 128MB for $249, P690 LP PCIe x1 for $249, P690 Plus LP PCIe x16 256MB for $289, and the P690 LP PCI 256MB for $289. The quad monitor upgrade is $99.

Via Matrox

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