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Old 07-03-2003, 07:08 AM   #16
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Video RAM and 'normal' RAM do not combine (as far as I know)

I've got 128Mb Video RAM and 1024Mb PC2700 DDR RAM.... I LOVE it!
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Old 07-03-2003, 07:31 AM   #17
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nice . Yea, i have 256 video with that 9700 pro card and only 512 ddr . But, together it runs quite nicely... its a monster for what i am using it for . And that is the way i will always keep it.. lol. I DO need to get more ram, right after i buy that second monitor.. heh. What do you think, ram first (upgrade to 1 gig) or second monitor first? K, cya.
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...and it depends what kind of OS you're running. The DualProcessor on the Mac makes even look the SGI look slow when it comes to rendering. A fast graphic card enhances moving complex scenes...
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