''Intel Extreme Graphics 3 to feature dual-display support''

Posted on Saturday, Nov 29 2003 @ 16:58 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Intel his next generation chipset the Grantsdale, in this case the Grantsdale-G with integrated Intel Extreme Graphics 3 solution is going to feature dual-display support according to X-bit Labs.
Sources familiar with Intel’s plans report that Grantsdale-G provides a flexible and stable platform for corporate and consumer. Offered features include PCI Express x16 graphics port (PEG x16), Intel Extreme Graphics 3 – Intel’s third generation integrated graphics core, dual-channel DDR-II SDRAM, dual-monitor, 4 Serial ATA-150 ports, 4 PCI Express x1 ports and Azalia audio.

Earlier this year we learnt Intel’s next-year chipset hero Grantsdale-G will have hardware support for Pixel Shaders 2.0 in order to properly render GUI interface of Microsoft’s next-generation software peak code-named Longhorn. The Vertex Shaders 2.0 support will be probably carried out by Intel’s monstrous new Pentium 4 CPUs at stunning speeds.
Source: X-bit Labs


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