Intel to be the first to launch DirectX 10 graphics?

Posted on Tuesday, Apr 25 2006 @ 19:43 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Intel could be the first to launch a cost-effective DirectX 10 graphics core this year.
Several slides, which presumably come from a roadmap of Intel Corp., that have been published over HKEPC web-site suggest that Intel’s forthcoming G965 chipset will have a built-in graphics core that not only supports DirectX 9.0 shader model 3.0, but also will have DirectX 10 shader model 4.0 functionality. In case the information is correct, this may be the first time for Intel Corp. to offer the latest multimedia functionality with its integrated graphics cores.
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