what cost? None that I know of. It's a great option to have because if you are just web browsing, doing something with word documents, etc, then the lower graphics one will be the preferred one.<br><br>But if you do some serious Photoshop, Aperture, video editing, etc, then you will want the faster GPU.<br><br>No cost that I see.<br><br><br><br>my photos
I don't have any special insight, Carp.<br>I'm talking about the nVidia chipset on the motherboard.<br>nVidia seems to be in the news too much lately having problems with their components.<br>I would love to know why we steered away from Intel.<br><br>Here is one article that may explain why Apple choose nVidia.<br>[color:blue]"A move towards NVIDIA chipsets would also address comparatively weak 3D gaming support for Apple's MacBook and iMac lines while playing into the company's longer term software strategy. One of the more publicized features of Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard is support for the proposed OpenCL standard, which will allow next-generation Macs to pass off to the new wave of graphics chips some of the calculations once reserved only for the primary CPU."</font color=blue><br><br><br><br>
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