The 3D Hardware check is an application that supports the image render engine in computer hardware and other set-top devices. It was created by Pinnacle Systems Inc., a pioneer in the field of software and hardware for video editing, duplication and distribution.
As a tandem for check render engine device, it supports generation of images or an entire scene file typically used in gaming consoles and other devices with 2D and 3D imaging. It also supports effects generation in computers and set-top boxes like TV and gaming boards using 3D graphics hardware.
The 3d Hardware check is an executable file recognized with its file extension name Check3d.exe. It opens in the Program File and users can launch it over the Task Manager option.
It runs on Windows 7 and works best with Pinnacle and Avid software and hardware platforms. These include the Pinnacle PCTV MCE driver, Pinnacle PCI boards, Pinnacle Studio series, the Pinnacle Game Profiler and the Pinnacle Pro-One (3D renderer) driver. With the shift of focus of Pinnacle from hardware to software, the 3D Hardware check gets continuous user support from Pinnacle legacy hardware users.
Various PC security products that run the application render it safe from threats and appended malware.
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