Intel has confirmed it will drop out of the standalone graphics chip market and will instead work on integrated processors.
The chip giant said it will cancel development of its 752 and 754 standalone graphics chips for PCs. Instead it will put its efforts in developing the 810 chip which combines a standard PC chipset with a graphics processor. A 810e version for mainstream PCs is expected later this year.
Intel entered the graphics chip market two years ago when it acquired Chips and Technologies.
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