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HD DVD and Blu-ray coming to Santa Rosa IGP

Looks like Intel will be releasing motherboards with discrete hardware decoders for HD content rather than building it into their GPUs.
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This is the Broadcom chip that is being discussed in this thread:

http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showthread.php?t=856669
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HD DVD and Blu-ray coming to Santa Rosa IGP

Looks like Intel will be releasing motherboards with discrete hardware decoders for HD content rather than building it into their GPUs.

Not so much on the motherboard (although that is an option), more on add-on PCIe x1 cards.

G965, GM965 (Santa Rosa) and G35 will be supported, and probably G33 as well.

I do not speak officially in any sense for
Intel Corp., Technology Manufacturing Group
but I do work there.
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