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Windows Vista Premium ready for G965

DailyTech recently come across a recent Intel roadmap that reveals details on the next generation integrated graphics core through 2007 until the launch of Bearlake. The graphics core will be integrated in the upcoming G965 chipset that is part of the 96x family. The roadmap shows the graphics core will be Microsoft Windows Vista Premium compatible with support for Aero Glass.

According to Microsoft’s Vista requirements, a DirectX 9 class graphics processor with support for hardware pixel shader 2.0 and 32 bits per pixel is required for Vista Premium for Aero Glass windows. Intel's G965 is currently slated to launch in August 2006, approximately a month after the launch of the other 965 chipsets.  This delay has in part been attributed to Microsoft's unfirm specifications at the time G965 was being spun. 

Intel's most recent roadmap also claims there will be native support for HDMI as well which means the graphics core will also have some level of HDCP compliance. Additionally, there will be support for what Intel calls "Clear Video Technology" which is Intel’s branding for the video-processing engine. Judging by Intel’s Viiv initiative and support for HDMI we expect the upcoming graphics core to accelerate high definition video formats used by HD-DVD and online video streaming services.

The new graphics core hasn’t received a name yet, though we expect Intel to abandon the Graphics Media Accelerator name as Intel has a knack of only using the same name for two graphics core revisions (Intel Extreme Graphics, Intel Extreme Graphics 2, Graphics Media Accelerator 900, Graphics Media Accelerator 950).



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Please Review for Blatant Typos
By Kensei on 5/30/2006 10:52:01 AM , Rating: 3
I love the relatively new DailyTech service but PLEASE review the posts for blatant typos before publishing. Just because this is a technical news service does not exempt it from professinal journalism standards. For example, this article in the first sentence states...

"DailyTech recently come across a recent Intel roadmap that reveals details on the next..."

It should read "DailyTech recently came across a recent Intel roadmap that reveals details on the next..."

Again, love the DailyTech service, but the writing at simply the grammatical level needs improvement. That's why God created editors, to do the dirty, but necessary work that technical writers are either unwilling or unable to do.

Kensei





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