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Old December 30, 2009, 04:10 PM
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uh... dont think so. Im sure that the new 32nm i3 and i5 dual cores have a built in gpu.
You are correct. The chipsets for those CPUs will be the H55 and H57.
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Old December 30, 2009, 04:28 PM
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You are correct. The chipsets for those CPUs will be the H55 and H57.
i heard there is also a q87... so confusing to many chipsets.
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uh... dont think so. Im sure that the new 32nm i3 and i5 dual cores have a built in gpu.

built in =/= on die.

i3 and i5 32nm have a GPU integrated on the same package. This is not the same as on die.
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Old December 30, 2009, 05:31 PM
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built in =/= on die.

i3 and i5 32nm have a GPU integrated on the same package. This is not the same as on die.
what? you just contradicted yourself. To be able to use the gpu on the i3/i5 there has to be a video out on the motherboard.
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No. I didnt. Integrated on the same package means two seperate pieces of silicon on one PCB. On die means fabricated in the same piece of silicon. There is a difference, quite a few actually, between the two.
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No. I didnt. Integrated on the same package means two seperate pieces of silicon on one PCB. On die means fabricated in the same piece of silicon. There is a difference, quite a few actually, between the two.
I never said anything about ebing on the die. I just mentioned of there being video outs on the motherboard.
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