Intel to integrate GPU in memory controller and CPU?

Posted on Saturday, Sep 23 2006 @ 00:05 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
The Inq writes Intel has posted an interesting job ad. In short, it looks like Intel is in progress of making higher-end GPU integrated into NorthBridge chipsets and processors.
ALTHOUGH IDF FALL is scheduled to start next Tuesday in San Francisco, things are already cooking behind closed doors. As we previously reported here, Intel's HR people have embarked on a valiant quest to lure important people to join their graphics group in Folsom, California.
What we particularly like the look of in the job ad posted below are the bits in bold. Especially the whole integrating graphics into memory controllers bit.
More details over here.

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