According to
DigiTimes, S3
Graphics is planning to launch two new graphics chips, Chrome 460 and 430, by
the end of 2007. The Chrome 460 will support DirectX 10 and adopts a 90nm
process, while the Chrome 430 will support DirectX 10.1 and adopts a 65nm
process. Chrome 460 and 430 will have maximum core frequencies of 1GHz, support
PCI Express 1.0 and have built-in HDMI and HDCP compatibility. Both chips will
be manufactured by Fujitsu and have already entered the design verification test
stage. Volume production is expected to start before the end of the year.

According to
DigiTimes, S3
Graphics is planning to launch two new graphics chips, Chrome 460 and 430, by
the end of 2007. The Chrome 460 will support DirectX 10 and adopts a 90nm
process, while the Chrome 430 will support DirectX 10.1 and adopts a 65nm
process. Chrome 460 and 430 will have maximum core frequencies of 1GHz, support
PCI Express 1.0 and have built-in HDMI and HDCP compatibility. Both chips will
be manufactured by Fujitsu and have already entered the design verification test
stage. Volume production is expected to start before the end of the year.