There has been much confusion regarding this subject and I just want to clarify it once and for all. The 200m does not have 128mb dedicated and integrated. It is purely integrated.
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UMA mode operation requires no additional memory
HyperMemory™ is ATI’s innovative technology that seamlessly enables the Graphics Processing Unit to use a combination of local and shared system memory with real-time performance at a reduced consumer cost and up to 128MB of memory GDDR and DDR Support
Support for 2Mx32 (with 64-bit interface), 4Mx32, 8Mx32 and 16Mx16 memory devices
Asynchronous HyperTransport and memory controller interface speeds
Supports GDDR SDRAM self refresh mechanism
Supports dynamic CKE for power conservation (for GDDR SDRAM only)
|ATI RADEON(R) XPRESS 200M with 128MB shared video memory is designed to fully meet the increased system bandwidth requirements placed on today's notebooks. It delivers the ultimate notebook platform for everyday notebook applications, whether you are creating, editing and viewing digital photos and streaming video, or browsing the web to view and download media-rich digital files with stunning images. An IEEE 1394 port and integrated 6-in-1 Media Reader are also included. Shared video memory (UMA) uses part of the total system memory for video performance. System memory dedicated to video performance is not available for other use by other programs. Note - this disclaimer affects system memory, and Graphics.|
Originally Posted by Gobrian
what about the r4000? i think it said 128mb with hyper memory. is that 128 dedicated and then another 128 can be added?