> There is approximately 0 chance of a cheap Dell having anything other
> than Intel Integrated Graphics (Extreme probably), which uses system
> memory for graphics.
>> I think it usually works. I tend to avoid them like the plague, but
> that's just me.
well Intel do release the docs to Tungsten graphics so 2d and 3d drivers
are always well done, the main issue is whether an older distro will have
drivers for the new chipsets which is normally not the case..
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