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Intel Sandy Bridge to have video transcode engine?

Posted on Monday, September 13 2010 @ 18:35:19 CEST by


Charlie Demerjian from SemiAccurate claims Intel's Sandy Bridge may have a built-in video transcoding engine:
The block above is a video transcode block, and it takes up about 3mm^2 +/- a tenth or two. Even at this diminutive size, it will be more than enough to allow a low end iSomethingmeaningless to smoke a GTX480 at one of it's strong points once the proper drivers are released.




 



 

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