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Intel to Integrate GFX into Memory Controllers and CPUs

Discussion in 'News' started by malware, Sep 22, 2006.

  1. malware New Member

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    According to a job advertisement, it looks like Intel is currently in process of making higher-end GPU integrated into NorthBridge chips and CPUs.
    Read the full story here.

    Source: theINQ
     
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    with all the resources this company has it should already be dominating the Graphics market instead of having possibly the weakest graphics platform of all its competitors
     
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    It is dominating the graphics department, you tool. :slap:


    Seen the marketshare ratings for the GPU market?
     
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    Not surprising when you think how many low end systems slip by with Intel integrated graphics.
     
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    I thought everyone knew this :confused:
     
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