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.



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]


  1. ^ AppleFacts 8.97. Apple Computer, Inc. 1997. p. 45. 

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