Reality Display Processor

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The Reality Display Processor, or RDP, is the portion of the RCP responsible for graphics tasks such as Z-buffering, texturing, blending, anti-aliasing, etc. It contains 4KB of texture memory (TMEM,) and is sent commands formatted as Display Lists.