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|17th October 2007, 13:01||#1|
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Intel to increase graphics performance by 10x
Intel was talking a lot about its integrated graphics cores and by next year Intel will have moved to 65nm and this will allow them to add full HD video decoding, as well as support for DVI, HDMI and Display Port natively into their chipset.
But that’s not really the big news, as by 2010 Intel claims they will improve their integrated graphics performance by 10 times and have better than console level graphics. However, by then we’re not talking chipset graphics anymore, as from 2009 Intel will start to integrate graphics into its CPU cores.
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