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Friday, 14 September 2007 18:16

G35 IGP is GMA X3500

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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Shanghai / Moscow 07: DirectX 10 in the future


Intel's latest G35 integrated chipset finally got its commercial name. G33 based IGP is known as GMA 3100 and the new G35 based chipset graphics will be known as GMA 3500.


Intel has quite high hopes for this new core and it even tells its partners that at one point it will have the DirectX 10 drivers for it.


The motherboard design of the boards is done but it looks like that the boards based on this chipset will show up in October time if not even later. We only have two more weeks left in this quarter so we won't wait long.

 

 

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