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Old 7 Aug 2008, 04:45 PM   #1
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Default Review: Intel DG45ID (GMA X4500HD: VC-1, H.264 decoding)

With GMA X4500HD it has enhanced support for H.264 HW by adding Motion Compensation and Inverse Transform which were already present and correct for VC1 and MPEG2. The new core also gains Variable Length Decode support for all three codecs and some post processing features such as Non-Linear Anamorphic Scaling ...
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atlast builtin graphics able to do little more then just showing desktop.

hopefully it will kill the notebook low end dedicated needs and hopefully they dont get as hot as dedicated ones do.
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