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Intel® G41 Express Chipset for Embedded Computing: BriefThe Intel® G41 Express Chipset provides an ideal price/performance solution for embedded computing applications needing HD video playback and 3D graphics. When combined with the Celeron® processor E3400 or E1500 this platform enables media-intensive embedded applications such as retail and transaction solutions—point-of-service, ATMs, kiosks, digital signage, transaction terminals—, gaming machines and medical appliances.The chipset consists of the Intel® 82G41 Graphics Memory Controller Hub (GMCH) and Intel® I/O Controller Hub 7. The GMCH includes the next-generation Intel® Graphics Media Accelerator X4500 (Intel® GMA X4500) with built-in support for smooth high-definition video playback without the need for add-in video cards or decoders. Intel GMA X4500 comes with Intel® Clear Video Technology, which enhances the visual experience with a combination of video-processing hardware and software technologies. The chipset also delivers optimized 3D graphics performance and support for Microsoft DirectX* 10, Shader Model* 4.0 and OpenGL* 2.0.Product Highlights• 1333/1066/800 MHz system bus supports Celeron processors E3400 and E1500.• PCI Express* 1.1 interface provides 8 GB/s bandwidth for platform graphics.• Updated GMCH backbone architecture improves system performance by optimizing the use of available memory bandwidth and reducing memory access latency.• Up to 17 GB/s (8.5 GB/s per channel with DDR3 1066 MHz) bandwidth and 4 GB supported memory; up to 12.8 GB/s (6.4 GB/s per channel with DDR2 800 MHz) bandwidth and 8 GB supported memory. Fast system responsiveness and support for 64-bit computing.Read the full Intel® G41 Express Chipset for Embedded Computing Product Brief.
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