Intel graphics AIBs—hello, goodbye

When Intel decided to develop an alternative AIB to compete with discrete GPUs, they choose to use a ring of x86 processor, and called it Larrabee, named after Larrabee State Park in Whatcom County, Washington. The chip was to be released in 2010 as the core of a consumer 3D graphics AIB. Those plans were cancelled four years later in ...

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