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Intel's 'GPA' points to Larrabee

Behind the release this week of Intel graphics software looms Larrabee, Intel's future graphics chip.

By Mar. 24, 2009

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Intel's Larrabee chip--in pictures

A depiction of Intel's future Larrabee graphics chip, one of the most important projects inside the world's largest chip manufacturer.

By Aug. 4, 2008

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Intel: Initial Larrabee graphics chip canceled

Intel has delayed the release of its Larrabee graphics processor, saying it will initially appear as a software development platform only.

By Dec. 4, 2009

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Larrabee performance--beyond the sound bite

Glaskowsky responds to some attention from Nvidia and Slashdot for his earlier piece on Intel's Larrabee graphics processor.

By Aug. 24, 2008

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Update: Intel's Larrabee chip a Pentium

Intel's future Larrabee graphics chip will use many tiny processing cores based on the venerable Pentium chip.

By Jul. 9, 2008

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Rumor: The Sony switch to Intel's Larrabee chip

Here's the rumor of the weekend, if not the week: Sony will use Intel's Larrabee chip in its upcoming PlayStation 4.

By Feb. 8, 2009

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Analyst: Intel's Larrabee chip needs reality check

Intel's future Larrabee graphics chip is an audacious project that faces very entrenched, capable foes, according to a report issued by Collins Stewart analyst Ashok Kumar.

By Sep. 12, 2008

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Intel shows off Larrabee graphics chip for first time

Chipmaker demonstrates Larrabee--the company's first discrete graphics processor in about 10 years--at the Intel Developer Forum.

By Sep. 22, 2009

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Intel's Larrabee--more and less than meets the eye

The many-core x86 Larrabee processor is designed for more than graphics, but will likely offer less performance at a higher price than competing graphics chips.

By Aug. 5, 2008

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Intel details future 'Larrabee' graphics chip

Chipmaker discloses details of its upcoming many-core graphics processor that will compete directly with Nvidia and ATI.

By Aug. 3, 2008