Intel recently released details of HDMI/HDPC in G35 IGP chipset (Bearlake G+), stating that would be a solid solution to HDMI/HDPC. HDMI Signal Mixing and HDCP have already built in G35 IGP. Through PCI-E pins, the 165MHz Pixel Clock provides 1.65Gbps bandwidth for the video, supporting 720p, 1080i and 1080p, and a maximum of 1600x 1200 or 1920 x 1080 ultra high 24bit resolution. G35 IGP features stereo LPCM and AC3 5.1 with a maximum bandwidth 96 KHz. HD Audio Codec is built in G35. In addition, since HDMI voltage output in G35 IGP has only got 1.2V, G35 motherboard has to include a “Level Shifter” chip to provide standard 3.3V output. This “Level Shifter” chip will has the sample in Q1 2007 and send to production in Q2 2007, meeting the release schedule of G35 in Q3 2007.

Intel recently released details of HDMI/HDPC in G35 IGP chipset (Bearlake G+), stating that would be a solid solution to HDMI/HDPC. HDMI Signal Mixing and HDCP have already built in G35 IGP. Through PCI-E pins, the 165MHz Pixel Clock provides 1.65Gbps bandwidth for the video, supporting 720p, 1080i and 1080p, and a maximum of 1600x 1200 or 1920 x 1080 ultra high 24bit resolution. G35 IGP features stereo LPCM and AC3 5.1 with a maximum bandwidth 96 KHz. HD Audio Codec is built in G35. In addition, since HDMI voltage output in G35 IGP has only got 1.2V, G35 motherboard has to include a “Level Shifter” chip to provide standard 3.3V output. This “Level Shifter” chip will has the sample in Q1 2007 and send to production in Q2 2007, meeting the release schedule of G35 in Q3 2007.