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Wednesday, 14 May 2008 10:31

Centrino 2 promises great video

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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HQV score at 120+


Intel claims that its new GM45 and GM47 chipset powered with Intel GMA X4500HD can score more than 120 in video quality benchmark HQV. The top score is 130 and scoring such a score was a hard task for Nvidia and ATI. Needless to say, Intel wasn't even close.

The chipset supports HDMI and DisplayPort, and we've been told a while ago that Dell wants to go for DisplayPort on its monitors and notebooks; and at the same time Intel promises "broader game compatibility and support for DirectX 10.“ This is definitely a bold promise and we all know what will come out of it.

Intel GMA shouldn’t be used in the same sentence with decent graphics and until proven different, we won't change our minds.

Last modified on Wednesday, 14 May 2008 16:41

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