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|Geplaatst: Wo Okt 11, 2017 1:53 pm Onderwerp: Does anyone have a comprehensive explanation of how the grap
OK, so I finished Intel's big manual, and, as I lamented in another recent post, there was no mention whatsoever of the graphics system.
I find this unusual as for many cheap models like my laptop the graphics system is actually a part of the CPU.
But, alas, no mention at all.
Does anyone know, or can anyone point me to a thorough explanation of how the graphics system works?
I know that either on a graphics card or in RAM there is a memory structure called a frame buffer.
The monitor pulls that data 60 times/second and sends it to the pixels.
The pixels in turn shine a certain frequency of light as a function of the voltage applied across them.
This is how 0's and 1's become colors.
No matter what you're doing: looking at your desktop, watching a video, writing a word document, etc. this is how images are placed on the screen.
But how do we get there?
I didn't find the right solution from the internet.
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