Originally Posted by rokhead
Graphics is all about number crunching: transforms, geometry, linear algebra, matrices, collision detection, clipping, windowing, etc. That's why video subsystems have a dedicated processor.
I'm no processor expert, but I'd be surprised to learn that either the Duo or the Turion had an on-board dedicated graphics engine.
Nope, thats what GPU's and PPU's are for..
They take care of the graphics and movement so the CPU doesnt have to..
I won an Ageia PhysX card at QuakeCon, cant wait till I can really test it out :-)