NVIDIA launched the GeForce 6100 integrated graphics chipset family a few days ago and AnandTech today published an article about Biostar's TForce 6100-939 which is based on this chipset.
This Biostar TForce 6100 combination is one of the more mainstream solutions, and it does not feature the High-Definition Azalia audio. In the graphics arena, the difference between the top 6150 and the 6100 appears to be just clock speed and features. The 6150 is clocked at 475MHZ, while the 6100 is clocked at 425MHz. This means that the 6100 will perform a bit slower than the 6150, with the performance difference being solely the difference in the 425 to 475 clock speed. The 6150 also uniquely features WMV9 High Definition playback with the TV encoder, but this will not affect graphics performance benchmarking.
Check it out over here. Overall the new 6100 integrated graphics chipset from NVIDIA performs quite well as it outperforms ATI's RS480 integrated graphics chipset in almost every benchmark. And don't forget, NVIDIA's GeForce 6150 chipset will even be faster.