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Old 5th September 2008, 22:01   #1
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Default Intel Roadmap Shows Next-Gen Atom in Q3 2009

The netbook world today has many different systems available for consumers. The common thread among many of today's most popular netbooks like the ASUS Eee PC and the new Dell Inspiron Mini 9 is that most use the Intel Atom processor.

An Intel roadmap that surfaced at the Intel Developers Forum 2008 shows that Intel plans to bring the next generation Atom processor to market in Q3 2009 -- roughly a year from now. PCWatch reports that the new Atom will carry the codename Pineview and will be offered in both dual-core and single-core versions.

Today's Atom CPU is based on the Silverthorne micro-architecture, the next-gen Atom will be based on the Lincroft micro-architecture. The biggest difference between the current Atom and the one we should see this time next year is that the Pineview Atom will integrate a GPU core and a memory controller into the die or chip package. Exactly how the GPU core will be integrated is unknown. Roadmap slides at PCWatch show a "1?" for the number of die(s) -- it seems even Intel isnít sure how the GPU core will be packaged with Pineview at this time.

http://www.dailytech.com/Intel+Roadm...ticle12871.htm
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give me nextgen gpu already instead, I hate all these slomo parts...
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HD4870X2 is slomo?
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try warhead @1920*1200 and setting everything to enthusiast.
don't even think aboutr aa
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try a game-engine that's not Crysis.
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try warhead @1920*1200 and setting everything to enthusiast.
don't even think aboutr aa
? I play Crysis at 1920x1200 max quality 2xAA without lag, except during heavy fireworks displays. Just a GTX 260 @ 648/1404/2050... If I can play smoothly, 4870 X2 would play fine.
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doesn't feel anything like smooth to me
maybe I need to rehaul windows also, coz the install is 4 years old
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