On Mon, Apr 23, 2001 at 08:35:19AM -0700, Sottek, Matthew J wrote:
> The Intel graphics chips are integrated into the memory
> controller and therefore are not really "Agp" or "PCI".
> You could either just leave all the Intel chips as AGP, or
> list them as "Integrated Chipset", but there is no PCI
> version for these chips.
My understanding is that if it operates at >66MHz on a 64-bit wide bus and takes advantage of sidebanding, it's an AGP device. I'm just a stupid user, though.
> Also, Along the lines of Alan and Daryll's ideas, you could
> develop a validation checklist that people could do and fill
> in "pass" or "fail" for each item on the list against a CVS
> date. Then generate a web report based on a start and end
> date and a chip.
This would be *very* cool. Some place for people to post snippets of their own experience would be great.
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