Yokemate of Keyboards
Posts: 4967 from 2009/1/28
From: Delaware, USA
> The fact that I said chip doesn't mean I suggested putting a redundant
> PowerVR chip on a 5121e
You can't put a chip on an MPC5121e, which is a chip itself. In case you are using your fantasy terminology again and really meant a "board with an MPC5121e": How can you possibly have a "dedicated graphics chip" on a board with an MPC5121e and *not* end up having two graphics cores on that board?
You can't put a chip on an MPC5121e...
I don't know, I must be stupid. That makes sense no matter how often you have to say, so...
What scares me is the point about video cards. I just got beaten up over this to the point where I've acquiesced to calling these graphics cards (as if any nimrod is going to mistake a TV tuner card as a video card). So, I actually agree
with him on this point.
"There's a fine line between stupid and clever." -- St. Hubbins
"Never attribute to malice what can more readily explained by incompetence"