It seems that Intel is ready to launch a new integrated graphic core.
The new core will be integrated in the upcoming G965 chipset, chipset belonging to the 96x family.
The roadmap shows the graphics core will be Microsoft Windows Vista Premium compatible with support for Aero Glass. And since Microsoft stated that for Aero you need a DirectX 9 graphic processor with support for hardware pixel shader 2.0 and 32 bits per pixel, we are thinking that this is why Intel is launching it only in August, a month after all other 965 chipsets.
For high-definition lovers, it seems that the new core will have support for HDMI as well which means the graphics core will also have some level of HDCP compliance. Also, it will have support for “Clear Video Technology” from Intel.
So Intel is starting to release HD chipsets to ensure you a better image quality.