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Old 8th June 2006, 09:04   #1
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Intel gets deeper into graphics

WE DONíT have many details but we can confirm that Intel wants more of the graphic business pie. Several very high ranking graphic players confirmed that Intel plans to get back in a discrete graphic business.

Intel already has half of the graphic business as its integrated chipsets are all over the machines around you. Not that Intel's integrated can do any serious graphics, but it can display a picture on a notebook or desktop just fine.
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