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Discussion in 'A+' started by devip, Nov 15, 2004.

  1. devip

    devip Bit Poster

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  2. flex22

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    My advice (for what it's worth, but I'm bored at work so thought I'd reply :rolleyes: ) is that you'd be better off giving your reasons for your answer, then we can see where you going wrong (if you are wrong).
    Otherwise, we can't tell whether your understanding the subject.
     
  3. Jakamoko
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    Well, Devip, it doesn't have to be a non-volatile store, ie when the PC is off, the gfx card will not be rendering anyway, so think over the choices with this in mind ?
     
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  4. Clay

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    :dry

    Answer RAM stored in memory on board card in newer systems and in main system memory if using on board graphics in special location for it, before being output would be my guess. As ROM is for system variables mainly. CMOS is used for your BIOS and BIOS is your config settings.

    Bit of a shabby answer cos I am running out of time tonight and others are welcome to shout me down if they disagree.
     
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  5. Peter

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    I could be wrong but try reading page 106 on david groth, vram
     
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  6. devip

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    I still think that it is RAM bcaz video adapter uses VRAM to store the images.
     

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