At Intel Developer Forum, company demonstrated its Larrabee graphics chip for the first time. Larrabee’ll be Intel’s first discrete, or standalone, graphics processor in about 10 years and is expected to compete with graphics chips from Nvidia and AMD’s ATI unit. The demo used an early “stepping,” or version, of Larrabee, which is expected to come out commercially sometime next year, was based on the game Enemy Territory: Quake Wars from Splash Damage, reports.
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