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whs
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Please have a look at this thread and tell me what you think.

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raphoenix
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http://support.intel.com/suppo...../index.htm
http://www.intel.com/design/ch.....262403.pdf
http://support.intel.com/suppo.....011594.htm
http://www.intel.com/products/chipsets/910gl/
http://www.intel.com/products/...../index.htm
http://mysearch.intel.com/supp.....oduct=1764
213 References to read.
From Intel.
"Graphics designed with media in mind. Incredible visual quality with native 16x9 formats for wide screen flat panels, motion compensation for smooth DVD playback and support for popular HDTV display formats. Outstanding overall media experience when combined with IntelĀ® High Definition Audio (IntelĀ® HD Audio)."
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Opinion:
An Intel early venture with integrated on-board Graphics Chipsets.
Remember older Intel integrated Graphics designs were lacking and reviews were not that good.
May work OK at 1050x1680 max. NO NO Guarantee.

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whs
Posts: 17584

Thanks Rick. A wealth of information. I downloaded the specs. According to that it can support a 2048x1536 resolution. My 22" is set at 1680x1050. So it should work.

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raphoenix
Posts: 14920

@whs,
I didn't have time to read all the documentation I posted.
If you read that the HW will SUPPORT THE NATIVE RESOLUTION OF THE MONITOR AT ITS' PRESCRIBED FREQUENCY, then you should be OK.
As I said, I remember early Intel integrated video chipsets did not get good reviews on laptops but this is different.
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Intel White Paper.
http://www.intel.com/design/ch.....idmem&

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whs
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OK, I think I am all set. Thank you again.

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