Intel G45 GMA X4500 IGP 3x faster than GMA 3100

Posted on Thursday, Oct 25 2007 @ 03:20 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Intel claims its new GMA X4500 IGP will be three times as fast in 3DMark06 than the old GMA 3100 IGP:
Of course, the 3100 isn't Intel's top-performing integrated GPU - that award goes to the GMA X3500 that's built into the company's G35 chipset, but the upcoming GMA X4500 should still deliver a big boost in the benchmarks.

Due to be built into the G45 chipset - presumably part of the 'Eaglelake' family - the X4500 supports DirectX 10 and Shader Model 4.0. It will also support the emerging HDMI-for-monitors DisplayPort interface standard. HDMI will also be supported for TV connections - complete with HDCP anti-piracy technology - and DVI for compatibility with old screens.
The first G45 based motherboards are expected in the second quarter of 2008.

Source: The Register.

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