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Intel® G45 Express Chipset for Embedded Computing: BriefProduct OverviewThe Intel® G45 Express Chipset provides major advancements in video, graphics, responsiveness and scalability for embedded computing. When combined with the Intel® Core™2 processor family, this platform is ideal for embedded applications requiring enhanced media functionality such as retail and transaction solutions—point-of-service, ATMs, kiosks, digital signage, transaction terminals—, gaming machines, and medical appliances.The Intel G45 Express chipset consists of the Intel® 82G45 Graphics Memory Controller Hub (GMCH) and Intel® I/O Controller Hub 10. The GMCH includes the next-generation Intel® Graphics Media Accelerator X4500HD (Intel® GMA X4500HD), with built-in support for full 1080p high-definition video playback, including Blu-ray* content. This powerful video engine provides embedded applications with a rich media experience, delivering smooth HD playback without the need for add-in video cards or decoders. The Intel GMA X4500HD comes with Intel® Clear Video Technology, a combination of video processing hardware and software technologies designed to enhance the visual experience. In addition to stutter-free HD playback and vibrant color controls, Intel Clear Video Technology delivers crystal clear images without the imperfections and artifacts typically associated with video content. It supports the latest range of digital display interfaces, including HDMI* and DisplayPort.*Read the full Intel® G45 Express Chipset for Embedded Computing Product Brief.
Overview: Highlights the benefits and enhancements of the platform. (v.001, May 2011)
Describes advantages for embedded performance, security, and reliability. (v.1, Jan. 2011)
Learn about using the right tools with a symmetric multi-processing real-time OS. (v.1, Jan. 2011)
Demonstrates how to use a USB drive to boot a customer reference board to DOS. (v.1, June 2010)
Discusses increasing throughput for multi-core processors. (v.1, June 2009)
Demonstrates verification using turbo mode gadget and frequency display utility. (v.1, Oct. 2010)