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Apple may drop NVIDIA to go down the Sandy Bridge IGP route next year

Apple to move to Sandy Bridge next year?

| CPUs, Chipsets & SoCs News | Posted: Dec 10, 2010 1:46 am

Apple has reportedly dropped NVIDIA [like it's hot] in favor of Intel's integrated graphics on it's upcoming Sandy Bridge platform for use in Apple's upcoming 13" laptops.

 

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Apple thus far as stuck to the ageing Core 2 platform for it's 13" MacBook Pro, entry-level 13" MacBook and MacBook Air models. NVIDIA were used for the 320M used in the notebooks.

 

Ars goes into a bit of detail in the article, but give it a read if you're a fan of the upcoming Sandy Bridge platform or Apple - the smell of change is definitely in the air here!

 

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