Some luck journalists got a nice detailed shot of Intel's Larrabee Processor. The shot was at the opening of the Visual Computing Institute of the Saarland University in Germany.
Intel CTO Justin Rattner showed off the slide as part of a presentation covering Visual Computing. Rattner says that Visual Computing is requires serisous calculating power and suggested Larrabee and Nehalem as possible solutions to this issue.
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At the opening of the Intel Visual Computing Institute at the Saarland University in Germany Intel's Chief Technology Officer, Justin Rattner, explained the calculating power required for Visual Computing and presented Intel's Nehalem and Larrabee processors as possible solutions.
A shot of a Larrabee Die that hadn't been shown until now attracted the attention of the PC Games Hardware editors on site. On the picture the individual cores of the Larrabee chip are visible. Have fun speculating about the picture!