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Intel working on two IGPs for Havendale?

Posted on Sunday, August 10 2008 @ 01:14:27 CEST by

FUD Zilla believes Intel is working on two different integrated graphics solutions for its Havendale processors, as there will be a 95W and 75W TDP version of this chip.
We don't have a lot of details at this moment in time, but we'll try to dig a little deeper and see what we can find out. However, as the quad-core Lynnfield CPU has a TDP of 95W and Havendale is only a dual-core CPU, we're fairly sure that we'll see at least two different graphics solutions built into these processors.

One interesting thing that we had missed is that the Lynnfield and Havendale CPUs will communicate internally via a QPI interface, so the CPU cores will rely on QPI for communication with the memory controller, PCIe controller and in the case of the Havendale, the IGP.



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