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Old 06-07-2007, 01:13 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Computex 2007: Intel planning to enter discrete graphics card market in 2008

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Sources from multiple graphics card vendors have confirmed that Intel has approached them to lay down plans to enter the discrete graphics card market for desktop PCs. The new products from Intel would be positioned as direct competitors to AMD's ATI Radeon and Nvidia's GeForce series of cards.
hmmm...interesting....
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i hope they are good so that we have more options to choose from
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I, too, would like to see another player in the GFX market. I just hope intel doesn't try to flood the GFX market the way they have flooded the CPU market.
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Wow, if Intel came out with some ram you could have a full Intel build. They got their hand in all the cookie jars.
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ya, i guess, but it might be confused by the noobs with the radeon line right? GMA x3000?
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To the newbs probably. But to us...nope.
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ya for the noobs.....
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i think they'd be ok.... and thats it, just ok, stick to processors intel =p
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i hear they also filed for SLI use from nvidia

Intel gets a desktop SLI licence from Nvidia
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is the intel xeon proccessor any good?
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