Samsung 150T User manual

Samsung 150T User manual
PNY Quadro
Professional Graphics Accelerators
User Manual
Quadro4 XGL Series
Quadro4 NVS Series
Quadro2 Series
PNY Technologies, Inc.
299 Webro Road
Parsippany, NJ 07054 (USA)
Zac du Phare
Rue Joseph Cugnot, BP-181
Cedex, Merignac 33708 (France)
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Introduction .............................................. 1
Chapter 2 Hardware Installation................................. 3
Chapter 3 Software Installation................................. 12
Chapter 4 nVidia nView Installation......................... 13
Chapter 5 Display Properties .................................... 32
Chapter 6 MAXtreme ............................................... 52
Chapter 7 POWERdraft........................................... 54
Chapter 8 QuadroView ............................................ 56
Chapter 9 Technical Specifications............................ 58
Chapter 10 Support.................................................. 62
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time and without notice. Consequently, PNY Technologies, Inc. assumes no liability for damages incurred
directly or indirectly from errors, omissions or discrepancies between the product and the manual.
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Chapter 1
Introduction
Congratulations on the purchase of your Quadro graphics accelerator board from PNY Technologies. You are
now the owner of a state-of-the-art graphics accelerator that was designed for professional 3D and 2D
applications, and offers features and functionality beyond any other card in its class. We recommend that you
read through this User Guide before installing your accelerator board to ensure a proper installation.
Minimum System Requirement
• IBM® or 100% PC compatible with genuine Pentium® III or AMD Athlon® class processor or
higher
• One available AGP 2.0 compliant slot or better, or one available PCI slot (as required for your
specific card)
• Windows® XP, 2000 or Windows® NT4.0. (Service Pack 5 or 6)
• 128 MB system memory
• 20 MB of available disk space for full installation
• CD-ROM or DVD-ROM drive
• VGA or DVI-I compatible monitor
Package Contents
Please check your package, which contains the items below. If you find any damaged or missing items, please
contact your dealer.
• Graphics board
• Adapters or cables
• CD-ROM: software drivers for Windows® 2000, XP, NT4.0, DirectX 8.1®
• Installation Guide
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Before You Begin
• Before installing the Display driver, make sure your Windows® /2000/ XP or NT was installed in
VGA mode and functions properly.
• To use an AGP graphics card with Windows® NT4.0, you may need to re-install NT with Service
Pack 5 (SP5) or Service Pack 6 (SP6) before installing the AGP card.
• If you are running Windows® NT4.0, please note that some drivers are not compatible with earlier
releases of Windows® NT. Consult your dealer or local support to ensure you have the most recent
releases for Windows NT and the drivers.
IMPORTANT
Uninstalling Your Existing VGA Driver
• Remove your existing Display Driver using the Add/Remove Icon in ‘Control Panel’
• Shut down your computer.
• Remove your existing video card
• NOTE: If your system (motherboard) has an onboard graphics controller, please contact the system
vendor on how to properly disable it.
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Chapter 2
Hardware Installation
IMPORTANT
Static electricity can severely damage electronic parts.
Please take these precautions when installing your graphics card:
• Before touching any electronic parts, discharge the static electricity from your body by touching the
internal metal frame of your computer while it is unplugged.
• Do not remove a card from the anti-static container it shipped in until you are ready to install it.
Whenever you remove a card from your computer, always make sure to place it back in its container.
• Do not let your clothing touch any electronic parts..
• When handling a card, hold it by its edges, and avoid touching its circuitry.
Preparing Your Computer for Installation
Prior to working on your computer, make sure the power of the computer and any attached equipment such as
a monitor or printer is turned off. Unplug your computer and remove the cover. Remove your current graphics
card. For systems with ‘On-Board 3D Graphics’, there is no graphics card to remove. Some systems may
require you to disable your ‘On-Board 3D Graphics’. Consult your PC users’ manual or vendor manual on
how to properly do this.
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Selecting the Proper Expansion Slot
Most computers have a combination of AGP, PCI and ISA expansion slots. All these slots may look similar
at first, however you will notice their differences once you examine them more closely. The ISA connectors are
black and are the largest of the three types. The AGP slot on your computer motherboard is usually the closest
connector to the CPU and is made from a plastic of a contrasting brown color. The PCI connectors are usually
located between the AGP and ISA connectors are made from a white plastic, and are the same connector type
that most Sound or Modem Cards are connected. If you are still unsure which connectors are AGP and PCI,
consult your system manual to help you identify them. Plugging your graphics card into an incorrect slot
could damage the card, your computer, or both. Do not try to force a card into a slot that does not
accommodate it, as it is probably the wrong slot. The diagram below should help you in identifying the proper
slot.
PCI Slots (5)
Motherboard Example
AGP
AGP
SlotSlot
ISA Slot
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Inserting Your Graphics Card
Remove the back of the PC cover for the slot you intend to use and save the screw for the mounting bracket of
your new PNY Quadro graphics card. Position the Quadro graphics card over the expansion slot that coincides
with the type (AGP or PCI) of card purchased. Push the card firmly and evenly until it’s fully seated into the
slot. Replace the screw to secure the bracket of the graphic’s card to the computer chassis. Replace the cover of
your computer.
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Plug your Monitor or Flat Panel Display cable into the appropriate connector on your graphic card. All cables
MUST be connected before your computer is powered on.
Quadro4 550 XGL, Quadro4 200 NVS and Quadro4 400 NVS Connectors
The Quadro4 200 NVS and the Quadro4 550 XGL have a single LFH 60-pin connector. The Quadro4 400
NVS has two LFH 60-pin connectors. Each LFH connector can support two monitors, using the supplied
splitter cable. Your card ships with one VGA+VGA splitter cable per LFH port. DVI-I + DVI-I splitter cables
are available at an additional cost. Contact PNY Technologies at www.pny.com for more information.
LFH 60-pin connector
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Quadro4 700/750 XGL Connectors
The Quadro4 700/750 XGL has both VGA and DVI-I connectors. These connectors support:
• Single VGA output
• Dual VGA output (using one DVI-I to VGA adapter)
• Single DVI-I output
• VGA + DVI-I output
• The Quadro4 750 XGL also supports 3D stereo out through a standard 3-pin connector.
VGA Connector
Stereo 3D Connector
DVI-I Connector
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Quadro4 900 XGL Connectors
The Quadro4 900 XGL has dual DVI-I connectors. This card supports:
• Single VGA output (using a DVI-I to VGA adapter)
• Dual VGA output (using two DVI-I to VGA adapters)
• VGA + DVI-I output (using a DVI-I to VGA adapter)
• DVI-I + DVI-I output
• The Quadro4 900 XGL also supports 3D stereo out through a standard 3-pin connector
DVI-I Connector
Stereo 3D Connector
DVI-I Connector
connector.
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Quadro DCC Connectors
The Quadro DCC has both VGA and DVI-I connectors, but only supports a single display. This card supports:
• Single VGA output
• Single DVI-I output
• The Quadro DCC also supports TV out
VGA Connector
TV out Connector
DVI-I Connector
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Quadro2 MXR Connectors
The Quadro2 MXR has both VGA and DVI-I connectors. This card supports:
• Single VGA output
• Dual VGA output (using a DVI-I to VGA adapter)
• VGA + DVI-I output
DVI-I Connector
VGA Connector
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Quadro2 EX Connector
The Quadro2 EX has a single VGA connector, supporting a single monitor.
VGAConnector
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Chapter 3
Software Installation
Did you Uninstall your existing VGA driver?
• If Yes, proceed with Chapter 3.
• If No, go back to Chapter 1 ‘Uninstalling Your VGA Driver’, complete the process and then
continue with Chapter 3.
Installing the Standard Graphics Adapter (VGA) Driver.
• Power up you computer and launch Windows®, 2000, XP or NT.
• The Building Driver Database dialog box will appear as the Windows® operating system builds the
database.
• When the Add New Hardware Wizard appears, click Next.
• Choose Search For The Best Driver For Your Device, and click Next.
• Make sure that all of the four choices are left blank. If not, un-check the applicable box. Then click
Next.
• Windows® is now ready to install the Standard Graphics Adapter driver. Click Next to continue.
• Click Finish. Windows® will install the Standard Graphics Adapter driver.
• You will now be prompted to re-start your computer. Click Yes.
Installing Quadro Graphics Drivers
1. Insert the PNY Quadro CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive.
2. For Windows®, 2000/XP go to PNY CD-ROM directory: Drivers /WIN 2K-XP double click on the
Set-up Icon and follow the screen instructions.
3. For Windows® NT go to PNY CD-ROM directory: Drivers /WIN NT4 double click on the Set-up
Icon and follow the screen instructions.
4. For Windows®, 2000 DirectX Drivers go to PNY CD-ROM directory: Drivers/DirectX8.1/Win2K
double click on the DXGINTENG.EXE and follow the screen instructions.
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Chapter 4
nVidia nView Installation
About NVidia nView
nVidia’s nView is a desktop utility designed to give you an easier way of managing multiple displays and
enhancing your desktop. Once you install the nVidia drivers and reboot, the nVidia nView wizard will appear.
You can either choose to install it or cancel the nView setup. Each screen will give you a brief description of
the options nView will enable. Detailed documentation of nView is available on the Installation CD in the
manuals/user/nView folder.
1 st Screen:
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3 rd Screen:
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14th Screen:
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Using nView Desktop Manager:
Once nView is setup, you can access the nView Desktop manager and adjust different settings to how you
wish. There are a total of 5 options to go through: Profiles, Windows, Effect, Hot Keys and Desktops.
Profiles:
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Windows:
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Effects:
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Hot Keys:
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Desktops:
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Chapter 5
Display Properties
Color Settings and Screen Area
After completing installation of the display drivers, you are now ready to configure the display properties of
your card. To open the properties page of your computer or change the display properties, simply right-click
the Windows XP desktop wallpaper area and select “Properties”. The “Display Properties” windows will appear
on your screen as shown below.
Colors: Displays the current color setting for the
monitor. To use a different color setting, click the
arrow, and then click the setting you want.
Screen area: Displays the current screen area setting
for the monitor. Drag the slider to specify the screen
area you want. The higher the number of pixels, the
more information you can display on your screen.
Advanced: Clicking on this button will bring up the
video cards advanced options, where you can “tweak”
your video cards performance.
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Quadro Properties
The following screenshots are representative of the Quadro based products, but may vary based on actual card
installed. The following screenshots were taken using a Quadro4 900 XGL.
DPI setting: Enables you to set the dots
per inch so that screen items and fonts
are legible.
Compatibility: Select the appropriate
choice as to when you want settings
applied.
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Adapter Information
This tab displays adapter information and system information.
Properties: Shows driver version number
and resource settings.
List All Modes: Displays the supported
monitor resolutions and refresh rates.
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Monitor
The Monitor tab displays the identification and refresh rate information for the connected monitor.
Properties: Shows driver version number for
the monitor.
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Troubleshoot
The Troubleshoot tab enables you to adjust the level of hardware acceleration when attempting to solve
problems with your system.
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Color Management
The Color Management tab enables you to load color profiles for your monitor.
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Graphic’s Card Specific Settings
This tab enables you to make adjustments to settings specific to your accelerator card. Display driver version
numbers and other key information on your card are displayed.
Additional Properties: Brings up the
subsequent dialogs to adjust your driver
settings for optimal performance and quality.
NVIDIA on the Internet: Connects to
NVIDIA’s web site for the most current
information and software downloads.
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Antialiasing Settings
This tab will allow you to manually or automatically select the antialiasing mode to be used with your 3D
applications
You can allow applications to adjust the
antialiasing mode, or manually override and
select the type of antialiasing your desire.
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OpenGL Settings
Performance and Compatibility Options:
These options can increase application performance
in OpenGL 3D applications.
Default color depth for textures: This option
determines the color depth of textures used by
default in OpenGL applications: 16 bpp, 32 bpp or
the desktop color depth.
Buffer flipping mode:
You can select from the block transfer method, or
Auto-select. Auto-select allows the driver to
determine the best method based on your hardware
configuration.
Vertical sync: You can specify how vertical sync is
handled in OpenGL.Always off will always disable
vertical sync. Off by default will keep vertical sync
disabled, unless an application specifically requests
that it be enabled. On by default will keep vertical
sync enabled, unless an application specifically
requests that it be disabled.
Anisotropic Filtering: Select the filtering rate
Custom: Select the application for which you want to
load predetermined, optimized settings.
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Direct3D Settings
The following Direct3D Performance and Compatibility Options are explained so that the user may adjust the
settings if needed to obtain optimal performance.
Enable fog table emulation
This option is used to turn fog table emulation on
or off. Direct3D specifies that a display adapter
capable of Direct3D hardware acceleration should
be able to implement either vertex fog or table
fog. Some games do not correctly query the D3D
hardware capabilities and expect table fog
support. Choosing this option will ensure that
such games will run properly on your NVIDIA
graphics processor.
Display logo when running Direct3D applications
Enabling this setting will display the NVIDIA logo
in the lower corner of the screen while running
Direct3D applications.
Mipmapping: Allows you to adjust the LOD (Level
of Detail) bias for mipmaps. A lower bias will
provide better image quality, while a higher bias
will increase application performance. You can
choose from five preset bias values, varying from
“Best Image Quality” to Best Performance.
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Direct3D Settings (continued)
PCI Texture Memory Size
This allows the graphics processor to utilize up to specified amount of system memory for texture storage
(in addition to the memory installed on the display adapter itself).
Note: The maximum amount of system memory that can be reserved for texture storage is calculated based
on the amount of physical RAM installed in your computer. The more system RAM, the higher the value you
will be able to set. This setting applies only to PCI display adapters (or AGP display adapters running in PCI
compatibility mode).
Custom Direct3D Settings
A list of the custom settings (or “tweaks” ) you have saved. Selecting an item from the list will activate the
custom setting. To apply the setting, choose the “OK” or “Apply” button.
More Direct3D brings up the following dialog box.
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More Direct3D Settings
Texel Alignment: This option changes the
hardware texture addressing scheme for
texels (texture elements). Changing these
values will change where texel origin is
defined. The default values conform to the
Direct3D specifications. Some software
may expect the texel origin to be defined
elsewhere. The image quality of such
applications will improve if the texel origin
is redefined. Use the slider control to
adjust the texel origin anywhere between
the upper left corner and the center of the
texel.
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Overlay Controls
Brightness, Contrast, Hue and
Saturation Control allows the adjustment
of the quality of video or DVD playback
on your monitor. You can independently
control the brightness, contrast, hue and
saturation to achieve optimal quality
when playing back videos or DVD movies
on your computer.
Video Overlay Zoom: Enables the
controls to zoom in on a specific area of
the video output.
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Desktop Utilities
Quick Tweak lets you add the NVIDIA
Quick Tweak icon to the Windows
taskbar. The icon allows you to apply any
of the custom Direct3D, OpenGL or color
settings “On the fly” from a convenient
popup menu. The menus also contain
items for restoring default settings and
accessing the Display Properties dialog.
Desktop Manager enables enhanced
multi-display functionality. Complete
Desktop Manager documentation is
located on the Quadro CD.
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nView
nVidia nView is an extremely flexible system for managing multiple displays as a single desktop space.
Complete nView documentation is located on the Software Installation CD in the nView directory.
nView Modes allows you to control the
relative position of multiple displays.
Detect Displays is used to have your
Quadro card recognize the displays that
are connected.
Device Settings gives you access to
‘Color Correction’ and ‘Screen Adjustment’
dialog boxes.
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Color Correction
Digital Vibrance gives you more control over
color separation and intensity, resulting in
brighter cleaner images in all of your applications.
Active Color Channel allows you to select the
color channel controlled by the sliders. You can
adjust the red, green or blue channels individually
or all three channels at once.
Brightness, Contrast and Gamma Controls:
allow you to adjust the selected color channel.
The color correction controls help you to
compensate for variations in luminance between
a source image and its output on a display
device. This is useful when working with image
processing applications to help provide more
accurate color reproduction of images.
Also many 3D-accelerated games may appear too
dark. Increasing the brightness and/or gamma
value equally across all channels will make these
games appear brighter.
Automatically apply these settings at startup
will automatically restore the color adjustments
you have made when Windows is restarted.
Note: If your computer is running on a network,
the color will be adjusted after you have logged
on to Windows.
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Device Selection
This tab enables you to select the output display device (monitor or digital flat panel) depending on which
devices your display adapter supports.
Detect Displays is used to have your
Quadro card recognize the displays that
are connected.
Device Adjustments gives you access to
‘Screen Adjustment’ and ‘Display Timing’
dialog boxes.
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Screen Adjustment
This tab enables you to fine tune the position of the desktop on your monitor.
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Display Timing
This tab enables you to fine tune the position of the desktop on your monitor.
Auto-Detect allows Windows to receive the
proper timing information directly from the
monitor itself. This is the default setting. Note
that some older monitors may not support this
feature.
General Timing Formula or GTF is a standard
used by the newer hardware.
Discrete Monitor Timings or DMT is an older
standard still in use on some hardware. Enable
this option if your hardware requires DMT.
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Digital Flat Panel
The options on this tab allow you to determine the placement of the image on your flat panel display when
running at resolutions lower than the maximum resolution supported.
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Chapter 6
MAXtreme
Introduction
MAXtreme is a 3D driver that is specifically optimized for use with the PNY Quadro4 750 XGL and the PNY
Quadro4 900 XGL workstation graphics cards. Together, this driver and your new graphics hardware enhances
the capabilities of the interactive renderer in several applications from Discreet, including:
• 3ds max 4
• 3D Studio MAX Release 3
• 3D Studio VIZ Release 3i
• 3D Studio VIZ Release 3
Using Stereo shutter glasses, you can also use the MAXtreme Stereo feature to view your drawings and
animations in true stereo.
Installing MAXtreme
One of the applications listed above must already be installed on your computer before you install and run
MAXtreme. The MAXtreme Setup program automatically installs the version of MAXtreme (Release 3 or
Release 4) that is compatible with your installed version of the 3D Studio MAX/VIZ application. (MAXtreme
4 works with 3ds max 4 but is not compatible with 3D Studio MAX 3.)
The MAXtreme SETUP directory on your CD contains the following files:
Readme.txt
contains important release notes
Setup.exe
installation program for Windows
(all others)
files required for installation
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Before you
system:
•
•
•
•
•
install and use this driver, you must have the following components fully functional on your
Windows NT 4.0 or Windows 2000/XP operating system
A PNY Quadro workstation graphics card
Windows 2000/XP Display Driver or Windows NT 4.0 Display Driver (Version 6.49 or higher)
AutoCAD already installed
"Write access" to the 3D Studio MAX/VIZ main directory and the Windows system directory
From the MAXtreme directory, click the Setup.exe icon and follow the instructions that appear in the
subsequent prompts. The Help file (MAXtreme*.chm) will be installed during MAXtreme installation in the
3D Studio Help directory.
NOTE: If the installation program stops processing and generates an error message, run the program when
logged in with Administrator privileges.
For additional information about MAXtreme, view the Readme.txt file in the MAXtreme directory.
Uninstalling MAXtreme
1. From the Windows desktop, click
Start > Settings > Control Panel > Add/Remove Programs.
2. Click the "Add/Remove Programs" icon.
3. Click " MAXtreme" from the list.
4. Click the "Change/Remove" button.
5. Follow the instructions from the InstallShield program to complete uninstallation.
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Chapter 7
POWERdraft
Introduction
POWERdraft is designed to enhance the performance and features of the following applications:
• AutoCAD 2002/2000/2000i
• AutoCAD Architectural Desktop Version 2/3.3
• Autodesk Mechanical Desktop 4/5/6
For detailed information on the features of POWERdraft, refer to the online Help file.
Installing POWERdraft
The driver Setup directory contains the following files:
• README.TXT
important notes about using this software
• LANG15EN.HLP
Windows help files in English
• SETUP.EXE
installation program for Windows
• (all others)
files needed by SETUP
Before you
system:
•
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•
•
•
install and use this driver, you must have the following components fully functional on your
Windows NT 4.0 or Windows 2000/XP operating system
A PNY Quadro workstation graphics card
Windows 2000/XP Display Driver or Windows NT 4.0 Display Driver (Version 6.49 or higher)
AutoCAD already installed
"Write access" to the AutoCAD main directory and the Windows system directory
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To install POWERdraft:
1. Make sure AutoCAD is not running.
2. Start SETUP.EXE from the POWERdraft installation directory.
The driver is installed in a separate driver directory. SETUP creates a program group containing the
following icons:
• "POWERdraft Help" opens the online Help file.
• "Configure POWERdraft" configures POWERdraft as the AutoCAD display driver.
• "Configure Original Driver" configures the AutoCAD original display driver (WHIP).
NOTE: The two Configure icons only work when AutoCAD is not running.
3. Use these icons to configure either POWERdraft or the original driver shipped with AutoCAD (WHIP)
as the actual display driver for AutoCAD. After Setup has completed successfully, POWERdraft is already
configured.
When POWERdraft is configured, the POWERdraft logo will appear when AutoCAD starts up.
Uninstalling POWERdraft
To uninstall POWERdraft from your computer
1. From your Windows desktop, click
Start > Settings > Control Panel.
2. Click "Add/Remove Programs".
3. Click "POWERdraft" from the list.
4. Click the "Change/Remove" button.
5. Follow the instructions from the InstallShield program to complete uninstall.
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Chapter 8
QuadroView
Introduction
NVIDIA QuadroView is an add-on 3D viewing application designed for use with any of these applications:
• AutoCAD 2002/2000/2000i
• AutoCAD Architectural Desktop Release 2/2i
• Mechanical Desktop Release 4/5/6
NOTE: QuadroView can also be run in stand-alone mode
The NVIDIA QuadroView directory contains the following files:
Readme.txt
important information about QuadroView
Setup.exe
installation program for Windows
(all others)
files required by SETUP Installing QuadroView
Before you install and use NVIDIA QuadroView (Version 2.04), you must have the following components
fully functional on your system:
• Windows NT 4.0, Windows 2000 or Windows XP operating system
• A professional graphics card from PNY based on the an NVIDIA Quadro GPU (graphics
processing unit).
• Windows NT 4.0 Display Driver or Windows 2000/XP Display Driver
• If you are using QuadroView within another application, such as AutoCAD, that application
must already be installed on your computer.
• If you are using QuadroView stereo features, depending on the stereo mode you are using, you
may need any combination of shutter glasses, stereo monitor, and colored filter glasses.
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To install QuadroView, click the Setup.exe icon in the QuadroView directory and follow the prompts from the
InstallShield program.
NOTE: If the installation program stops processing and generates an error message, try to run the installer after
logging in with Administrator privileges.
Starting QuadroView
To start QuadroView in stand-alone mode…
From your Windows desktop, click
Start > Programs > NVIDIA Corporation > QuadroView 2.04 > QuadroView
To start QuadroView from an AutoCAD application…
Please refer to the QuadroView online Help for Demand Load Configuration.
Uninstalling QuadroView
To uninstall QuadroView, follow these steps:
1. From the Windows desktop, click
Start > Settings > Control Panel > Add/Remove Programs.
2. Click the "Add/Remove Programs" icon.
3. Click "QuadroView" from the list.
4. Click the "Change/Remove" button.
5.Follow the instructions from the InstallShield program tocomplete uninstallation.
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Chapter 9
Technical Specifications
Display Modes Table
Resolution
Colors
Vertical Refresh Rate
640x480
8/16/32 bits
60Hz to 240Hz
800x600
8/16/32 bits
60Hz to 240Hz
1024x768
8/16 bits
60Hz to 240Hz
1024x768
32 bits
60Hz to 200Hz
1152x864
8/16 bits
60Hz to 200Hz
1152x864
32 bits
60Hz to 170Hz
1280x960
8/16 bits
60Hz to 170Hz
1280x960
32 bits
60Hz to 150Hz
1280x1024
8/16 bits
60Hz to 170Hz
1280x1024
32 bits
60Hz to 150Hz
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Display Modes Table (continued)
Resolution
Colors
Vertical Refresh Rate
1600x900
8/16 bits
60Hz to 150Hz
1600x900
32 bits
60Hz to 120Hz
1600x1200
8/16 bits
60Hz to 120Hz
1600x1200
32 bits
60Hz to 100Hz
1920x1080
8/16 bits
60Hz to 100Hz
1920x1080
32 bits
60Hz to 85Hz
1920x1200
8/16 bits
60Hz to 100Hz
1920x1200
32 bits
60Hz to 85Hz
1920x1440
8/16 bits
60Hz to 85Hz
1920x1440
32 bits
60Hz to 75Hz
2048x1536
8/16 bits
60Hz to 75Hz
2048x1536
32 bits
60Hz
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Digital Flat Panel Supported Modes
Resolution
Colors
640x480
8/16/32 bits
800x600
8/16/32 bits
1024x768
8/16/32 bits
1280x1024
8/16/32 bits
The following flat panel displays have been certified for use with the PNY Quadro4 200 NVS:
Compaq TFT5010
Compaq TFT5030
Dell 1702FP
Eizo L365
Eizo L685
Eizo L461
Flatron LG-782LE
Flatron LG-L1800P
HP Pavilion F50
HP Pavilion F70
HP L1720
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HP 1520
IBM T560
IBM T84H
IBM T545
Princeton Senergy 751
Samsung SyncMaster 150T
Samsung SyncMaster 151D
Samsung SyncMaster 181T
Sony SDM-M51D
Sony SDM-M61
Sony SDM-N80
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The following flat panel displays have been certified for use with the PNY Quadro4 550 XGL:
Compaq TFT7020
Compaq TFT5010
Dell 1702FP
Eizo L685
Eizo L365
Eizo L461
Flatron LG-782LE
Flatron LG-L1800P
HP Pavilion F50
HP Pavilion F70
HP L1520
IBM T560
IBM T84H
IBM T750
Samsung Syncmaster 181T
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Chapter 10
Support
PNY Technologies provides ‘Live Technical Support’ 5 days a week from 10:00 am to 7:00 pm Monday thru
Pacific Standard Time. Our Automated Technical Support System is designed to provide help with common
day-to-day graphic card issues. It’s available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. For additional help you may visit
the PNY Tech Support website at http://www.pny.com
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PNY’s Replacement Warranty
PNY Technologies, Inc. (“PNY”), manufacturer of your newly purchased PNY graphics card (the “product”), warrants
the product to be free from defects in materials and workmanship for three-years (upon completion of a registration
form on PNY’s website) of the product as sold to the original purchaser (“purchaser”), subject to all the terms and
conditions hereunder. This warranty is not assignable.
PNY’s sole obligation under this warranty is to replace the product with like or similar product. This warranty
applies only on the condition that the product has been installed, maintained and operated under conditions of
normal use and in accordance with the installation guide provided herewith. The provisions of this warranty shall
not apply if, in PNY’s judgment, the product has been subject to misuse or neglect, improper installation, damaged
in an accident, or repaired or altered in any way that adversely affects its performance or reliability.
THIS WARRANTY IS IN LIEU OF ANY OTHER WARRANTIES, EITHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING
WITHOUT LIMITATION ANY WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE
OR TITLE AGAINST INFRINGEMENT, WHICH OTHER WARRANTIES ARE EXPRESSLY EXCLUDED AND
DISCLAIMED. PNY SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR LOSS OF PROFITS OR ANY SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL OR
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES WHICH PURCHASER MAY SUSTAIN, EVEN IF PNY HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE
POSSIBILITY OF SUCH LOSSES OR DAMAGES. IN NO EVENT SHALL PNY’S LIABILITY EXCEED THE PURCHASE
PRICE OF THE DEFECTIVE PRODUCT.
SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION OF INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGES, SO THESE LIMITATIONS MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU. THIS WARRANTY GIVES YOU SPECIFIC LEGAL
RIGHTS AND YOU MAY ALSO HAVE OTHER RIGHTS, WHICH VARY FROM STATE TO STATE.
THIS WARRANTY SHALL NOT BE EXTENDED, ALTERED OR VARIED EXCEPT BY A WRITTEN INSTRUMENT DULY
SIGNED BY PNY.
Warranty coverage requires proof of purchase documentation evidencing the date of purchase (sales receipt or
invoice). To obtain warranty service, phone PNY at 1-800-234-4597.
The information in this document is subject to change without notice.
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FCC Information
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 1 5
of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a
residential installation. This equipment generates radio frequency energy, and if not installed and used in accordance
with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined b y
turning the equipment off and on. The user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the
following measures:
•
Reorient the receiving antenna.
•
Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
•
Connecting the equipment to an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
•
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
This device complies with Part 15 of FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This
device may not cause harmful interference and, (2) this device must accept any interference received, including
interference that may cause undesired operation.
Notice to user: Changes or modifications to this product not approved by the party responsible for FCC
compliance could void your authority to operate this equipment. In order for an installation of this product t o
maintain compliance with the limits for a Class B device, shielded cables must be used for the connection of any
devices external to this product.
To the judgment of the products with regard to electromagnetic compatibility according following regulations:
EN 50081-1 (EN55022 class B)
EN 50082-1 (IEC 801 Part 2, 4 / ENV 50140 / ENV 50141)
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