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AMD and Intel cooperating on switchable graphics

Posted on Tuesday, March 25 2008 @ 02:31:51 CET by

FUD Zilla claims AMD and Intel are working together on switchable graphics for notebook users:
Intel will enable switchable graphics, where ATI’s GPU will work when the machine is plugged in to the power socket; while the Intel IGP will kick in when you are on battery power.

Naturally AMD will have this for its own CPUs in the Puma platform, but it will be offered and accepted for Centrino, as there is a need for better graphics performance.

It is still unclear if Intel will offer a Centrino-like platform with switchable Nvidia graphics, but it is highly likely to happen, as well.



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