ATI has just launched its Radeon 9100 IGP and Mobility Radeon 9100 IGP north bridge chips with integrated graphics for Intel's desktop and mobile processors, respectively. The product sheets for each chipset aren't available on ATI's web site just yet, but HardOCP has mirrored the PDFs for the Radeon 9100 IGP and Mobility Radeon 9100 IGP.
There's plenty of information in each chip's respective spec sheet, but here are a few of the more interesting details from the product sheets and ATI's product launch web cast.
Speaking of Triplehead, this product launch has to have at least a few boxers bunched up over at Matrox. ATI's implementation is more limiting, since it requires that the Radeon 9100 IGP be used in conjunction with one of ATI's own graphics cards, but it's still pretty slick. On its own, the Radeon 9100 IGP supports two-screens via VGA, DVI, or even S-Video outputs.
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