With nVIDIA's GeForce 6100-series chipsets, enthusiasts now have a high powered integrated option that does not well... suck. Current chipsets featuring integrated video are loaded with features but lack performance especially when it comes to 3D games. On the flip side, consumers looking to build a budget workstation machine can save a bit of money with a good integrated video motherboard, which precludes the need to buy a standalone videocard right off the bat. Integrated video; it's an area where AMD has not had a presence since the dawn of the Athlon 64 processor, and unfortunately it is also one of the largest markets. The new nVIDIA GeForce 6100 and 6150-series 'C51' chipsets will give AMD and its supporters an excellent entry into this budget realm.