Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 3rd Jan 2011 20:27 UTC
Intel It's the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, so it's time for new stuff to spend your hard-earned cash on. This time around, Intel is making headlines by officially launching its Sandy Bridge line of processors, which, up until now, were totally next-generation.
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RE: Comment by vivainio
by lucas_maximus on Mon 3rd Jan 2011 20:39 UTC in reply to "Comment by vivainio"
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The all new 2010 Intel Core processor family is the first to integrate graphics into mainstream PC processor


They mean x86/x86-64 processors.

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RE[2]: Comment by vivainio
by vivainio on Mon 3rd Jan 2011 21:00 in reply to "RE: Comment by vivainio"
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2008-12-26


They mean x86/x86-64 processors.

Ah, so he means integrating on the same die. pinetrail already had gpu in the same cpu package iiuc.

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RE[3]: Comment by vivainio
by Cletus on Tue 4th Jan 2011 08:48 in reply to "RE[2]: Comment by vivainio"
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2011-01-04

They really do mean x86. ARM, at least, has had CPUs with integrated GPUs for a while now.

Edit: actually atom has had integrated GPU for a while now too. So yes, by mainstream they mean desktop I guess.

Edited 2011-01-04 08:51 UTC

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