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|9th December 2009, 08:50||#1|
Join Date: May 2002
Intel Larrabee 2 is still possible ?
PC Games Hardware just received information from an Intel representative that although current Larrabee won’t be used as a base for consumer level graphics cards, Intel still wants to deliver world-class many-core graphics products in the future.
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