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Intel 845G - Integrated Graphics - Intel 845G - Integrated Graphics
Sun, September 22 2002 | 4:09PM | PermaLink Feedback?
Intel has really come along way with the Pentium 4 since it’s debut back in November 2000. First, they released the 850 chipset using the Socket-423 Pentium 4 running on a 0.18-micron process using PC800 RDRAM. Then later, the 845 chipset was released which allowed consumers to use SDRAM or DDR RAM with the Pentium 4. By this time, the Pentium 4 was making use of the new Socket-478 design, however still running on the 0.18-micron process at 2Ghz. This is all still about a year ago, August 27th to be exact. A few months later, January 2002, the Pentium 4 2.2Ghz Northwood was released, which took advantage of the new Socket-478 packaging and used a 0.13-micron process. However, Intel still has its guns blazing looking to secure a spot atop the leader board. To accomplish this task, they released the Pentium 4 2.53Ghz running a new beefed up 533Mhz FSB. The new FSB allows for 4.26GB/sec of bandwidth, however a new chipset was introduced, the 850E, and later the 845E. All within the last few months, Intel has released another chipset which has been a somewhat shadowed because of all the talk about the new Northwood processors running on a 533Mhz FSB. The new chipset is what we have come to talk about today, the 845G, which features integrated graphics. Let’s get the show on the road and introduce the new 845G which features integrated graphical support with the Intel Extremes Graphics Control…

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