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Old 7th November 2005, 21:56   #1
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I mentioned briefly in the previous section that having 512MB of RAM with an integrated graphics part can slow your system down, and it can. These parts borrow from your main system memory since they have no dedicated memory of their own; because of this, they will eat some of your bandwidth but worse, they will eat some of the system memory that would ordinarily be used for other tasks. But there are also non-integrated parts that still share system memory, and I'll go over those briefly here.

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