I am setting up my parents' new Dell Inspiron E1505 notebook and I ran some tests to verify that Dell installed the correct ATI card. The card I ordered, and what shows on the packing slip, is an "128MB ATI MOBILITY RADEON X1300 HyperMemory." I thought HyperMemory was half system memory and half onboard video memory. (In other words, the system is lessened to 448MB and the video caps at 64MB for a combined total of 128MB.) But, I get these results: ATI Mobility Radeon X1300 Properties: "Memory Size 256 MB" dxdiag.exe Inspiron E1505: "System Memory 510MB RAM" Inspiron E1505: "Ati Mobility Radeon X1300 Approx. Total Memory 256.0MB" Everest Home Inspiron E1505: "System Memory 512 MB (DDR2-533 DDR2 SRAM)" Inspiron E1505: "ATI Mobility Radeon X1300 (256 MB)" Inspiron E1505: "Video Memory Size 256 MB" Not only does that show full video memory for the system and the graphics card, but it says "256 MB." Meanwhile, my notebook is a year-old 6000D model. It has The X300 card. (Packing Slip: "128MB ATI Mobility Radeon X300 Video Card.") Tests on that read: ATI MOBILITY RADEON X300 Properties: "Memory Size 128 MB" dxdiag.exe Inspiron 6000: "System Memory 512MB RAM" Inspiron 6000: "ATI MOBILITY RADEON X300 Approx. Total Memory 128.0MB" Everest Home Inspiron 6000: "System Memory 512 MB (DDR2-400 DDR2 SDRAM)" Inspiron 6000: "ATI MOBILITY RADEON X300 (128 MB)" Inspiron 6000: "Video Memory Size 128 MB" It's almost as if my parents' E1505 with its 128MB HyperMemory card has twice the power as my 6000D's 128MB Non-HyperMemory card. Can someone explain this? Or, is there another program I can run that will give me more accurate results?