QUOTE(3C3 @ Apr 5 2005, 07:09 AM)The graphics core is integrated in RADEON® XPRESS 200M chipest,so you can not change it or insert a new AGP/PCIE graphics card.
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Well, I fear this not to be correct. The Acer Aspire in the 5020 family and the Acer Travelmate in the 4400 one use the Radeon Xpress 200 chip, yet they come with a separate X700 graphics card and _dedicated_ graphics memory. Now, who could explain this to me?
QUOTE(Greyhound @ Apr 3 2005, 12:18 PM)Turion 64 ML-models have a maximum power-consumption of 35W (fastest currently available part is a ML-37 at 2.0GHz/1MB L2-cache) whereas the MT-models have a maximum power-consumption of only 25W (fastest currently available part is a MT-34 at 1.8GHz/1MB L2-cache).
I'll take advantage of this topic to come back with a question that was left unanswered in another one: if (for a given frequency) the ML and the MT have the same computing power, why the [content edited] wouls anyone want to use an ML?
QUOTE(mbd2884 @ Jun 1 2005, 07:43 AM)Whoever said that you can't add a graphics card with the ATI 200m chipset is wrong. The new Acer models and models and others have the ATI 200m chipset and the x600 or x700 graphics. [right][snapback]429209[/snapback][/right]