Intel focuses on graphics and games

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Intel focuses on graphics and games

You may not have heard of the X4500HD graphics accelerator, but Intel is pushing interest as momentum behind the Intel 4 Series chipset increases.

Intel has established a website to drive interest in its upcoming graphics technology among visual content and games developers and promote Larrabee, it has announced.

In a statement, Intel said, "Supporting the new Intel 4 Series chipset family introduced at Computex, Intel has launched the Intel Visual Computing Developer Community, a technical resource to enable developers... to create innovative graphics and video applications."

Intel's 4 Series chipset line includes the G45 Express chipset and the GMA X4500HD graphics accelerator that support Microsoft DirectX 10 gaming graphics software technology and Blu-ray 1080p high-definition video viewing.

Chipzilla's new graphics developers' resources website will push its new Larrabee graphics technology effort and offers videos, white papers, discussion forums, weblogs and wikis.

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