I found this article about Intels new Larrabee chip:
It sounds like Intel has put some serious money into this thing, but more important it seems like Intel is trying to take over the 'graphics' market owned by nVidia and ATI!!
Could this be true?
The game developers seem to think this chip will be great for 'Ray-Tracing' which is used in Quake 4.
What exactly is Ray-Tracing, and does anyone really think Larabee will make for on-board graphics that will be better then nVidia or ATI PCI-E cards?
I also read something in another forum, where the Larrabee chip will be used on graphics cards, and would be faster then anything nVidia or ATI will put out.
Is this real??