I was looking at the spec of a computer with graphics card.
"NVIDIA GeForce 9400M with 256MB of DDR3 SDRAM shared with main memory."
Does this mean that the graphics card would use 256MB of the main memory of the computer?
Is this because the graphics card doesn't have any memory on board, and has to use the main memory?
I guess if the graphics card is using the main memory of the computer this would mean the graphics would be slower, as it has to get the memory from the computers main board.
If the graphics card is shared memory, does this also mean it cannot use no more than 256?
Many thanks for any suggestions,