Re: "Integrated" graphics on a laptop?
Oh yeah I understand that the form factor of cards is extremely limited. I was just trying to associate it as with desktops...
With desktops, some motherboards have integrated video.
Also with desktops, some users like to use PCI/AGP/PCIE cards.
I'm just curious, when it says integrated video on laptops, is it integrated into the motherboard?
Also, when it says 128/256mb graphics cards in laptops, aren't those integrated as well? Or are they actually "unpluggable" from the system?
Like... I have a 128mb X1200 ATI card... is that hardwired/soldered/just plain f'n attached to the motherboard, or can I crack it open and unhook it if I so desired?
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