An AGP Digital Display (ADD) card is an adapter card that can be inserted into the AGP port of Intel® 865G chipset family-based systems. ADD cards allow configurations for TV-out, LVDS, and TMDS output (i.e. televisions and digital displays/flat panels). Combined with an Intel® Extreme Graphics Driver, ADD cards can be used to display system output to a television, digital display, or simultaneously to a monitor and digital display. Simultaneous display between a monitor and television is not supported.
- ADD cards with DVI support flat panel displays and some High Definition TVs with DVI.
- ADD cards with TV-out support standard definition in both NTSC and PAL formats.
- ADD cards are compatible only with systems containing the Intel 865G chipset family and an AGP slot. ADD cards inserted into other AGP compliant systems (e.g. Intel® 815 chipset) will fail to load.
Unless purchased with an Intel® Desktop Board, technical support for ADD card hardware should be directed to the original manufacturer of the card. If the issue appears to be with the graphics driver software, Email Support is offered directly by Intel.
ADD cards can be obtained using one of the following methods:
End users with systems based on the Intel® 865G chipset family should contact their system manufacturer or local computer reseller for availability of individual ADD cards.
This applies to: