Video: ATI Mobility Radeon 7500 with 2x AGP VRAM: 32 MB displays: 14.1" 24-bit SVGA (1024 x 768) color active matrix, resolution scaling for 640 x 480 and 800 x 600 modes video out: VGA and composite video
now i know that the vram on the mac is shared accross the two monitors, regardless of their size + type, this isnt a problem.
whats interesting tho is that the logic board feeds svga..
The table above provides the pinouts and signal names for the connectors. A 15-pin SVGA cable has the same pinout as a 15-pin VGA cable; however, VGA may also be found with a 9-pin D connector.
reading up also on the ati website on their 7500 mobility card which i also must point out is a very popular laptop graphics solution..
now im going to try and find a broken lcd display suitable for my job (i wish to remove the connectors to try and create a custom vga/svga port - thus allowing me to flog me 14' lcd) any one offering me their old defunt lcd for the good of the headless ibook cause?
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