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Intel Sandy Bridge to feature dual graphics core on single die

Posted on Tuesday, February 09 2010 @ 15:43:39 CET by


FUD Zilla heard Intel is planning to release 32nm Sandy Bridge processors with two graphics cores on a monolithic die.
According to Intel’s plans that were revealed to partners and industry insiders Sandy Bridge, brand new 32nm architecture will have one to two graphics cores on a monolithic die.

Intel will also let you connect discrete graphics via PCIe 16X and even SLI / Crossfire should be possible with 2x 8X PCIe slots. This is likely to happen on desktop boards rather than notebook.




 



 

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