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Graphics Card, also called a video adapter, translates computer software instructions into images displayed on the monitor.

The graphics card is a printed circuit board that plugs into a slot in the main circuit board (motherboard) of the computer and determines horizontal scan rate (how fast the monitor's electron beam scans from top to bottom of the screen) and how many colors can be displayed; it must be compatible with the monitor.

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