Integrated Micro Solutions

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Integrated Micro Solutions (I.M.S.) San Jose, California, later iXMicro, a privately held company, was a graphics chipsets and video card manufacturer. Christopher Knight was a vice president of graphics marketing for IXMICRO. The company ceased operations in 2000.

Products[edit]

Videocards[edit]

IMS Twin Turbo 128 video card

The Twin Turbo 128 PCI series came standard on the Power Macintosh 9600 and was a high-performance upgrade for the Power Macintosh 8600.[1]

TwinTurbo 128M8 PCI card was a default videocard for the Motorola StarMax 5000/300. This videocard was also used in the Umax Pulsar 2500 (SuperMac S900/250).

ix3D Dual Monitor was a dual-monitor videocard for Mac and clones.

ix3D Game Rocket was a 3D accelerator based on the 3dfx Voodoo Banshee chipset.

ix3D Road Rocket was a 2D/3D Cardbus video accelerator for the Apple Macintosh PowerBook G3 series, with 4 MB SGRAM and support for an extended desktop at 1280x1040.

ix3D Pro Rez was a 128-bit 2D and 3D graphics accelerator with 8 MB of SGRAM. It supports resolutions up to 1600x1200 and refresh rates as high as 100 Hz.

TwinTurbo 128P8 was a PCI video card for the PC x86 market with standard 15-pin VGA connector.

Video capture[edit]

IXMICRO also offered ixTV or Turbo TV video capture devices.

ATM cards[edit]

Lightning II ATM 155/25 PCI cards.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ AppleFacts 8.97. Apple Computer, Inc. 1997. pp. p45. 

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