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Re: On-board video ram sharing

 
 
Gordon
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      08-10-2008
On 2008-08-10, Freesias <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote:
> On Sun, 10 Aug 2008 16:56:30 +1200, Mark Robinson wrote:
>
>> Freesias wrote:
>>> On Sun, 10 Aug 2008 13:53:06 +1200, Mark Robinson wrote:
>>>
>>>> Perhaps he wants more video resolution. Duh.
>>>
>>> Then perhaps he should go out and buy a decent non-onboard video card.
>>> DUH!

>>
>> That's about the least cost effective way to buy ram.

>
> Yes - however what is being discussed is how much RAM can be taken away
> from the OS for making available to an onboard video chip.
>
> The best answer is to disable the onboard video and use a decent video
> card.
>

Must go and catch Logic, for he seems to have gone out the window again.

Look, see, whether on board or not a video card is able to do more things
with more RAM. If the system has say 1 TB of it, and is only giving 1 MB to
the onboard video card, surely it will not mind giving some more to the
onboard video?

The OP want to know how to give more memory to the onboard video. He may
well be happy to live with the results this brings.

Not everyone can drive fast cars, not even certain directors of finance
companies. Its a question of money after all. Please remember that not
everyone has the ability to purchase what you have, or that they wish to.

PS this posting is more generic in nature than personal.
 
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