Intel Santa Rosa to support DirectX 10

Posted on Friday, Jul 14 2006 @ 23:54 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Intel's next mobile platform which will be launched in early 2007 will feature support for DirectX 10:
The new platform code-named Santa Rosa will be feature an unprecedented amount of innovations, it transpires.

Slides, which are presumably from Intel’s roadmap, published by HKEPC web-site claim that the new chipsets for mobile platforms code-named Crestline will feature a graphics core compatible with DirectX 10 specifications. It is very highly likely that the new mobile graphics core will resemble Intel’s Graphics Media Accelerator 3000-series found in the upcoming desktop chipsets.
More details at X-bit Labs.


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