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Vram is video ram. What you want is discrete video memory (not shared with
system memory) DDR doesn't tell you anything about the video ram. Most
vendors will indicate discrete video memory as opposed to shared
"jh" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> I'm not sure... Does VRAM mean that computer RAM shares memory with video
> RAM? I want to buy a laptop with non-shared graphics memory. Should it be
> noticed as DDR or VRAM?