XGI expects to start mass production of its first native PCI
Express-compatible graphics chip for the entry- to middle-level desktop VGA
market, the XG47, early next year. Samples of the XG47 will be available
sometime in November and a PCI Express VGA chip for notebooks, codenamed XP10,
will be rolled out at the same time as the XG47. In addition, XGI plans to start
sampling a native PCI Express graphics chip, the XG45, for the middle to
high-end desktop VGA market, in December, with volume production scheduled for
the first quarter of next year.

XGI expects to start mass production of its first native PCI
Express-compatible graphics chip for the entry- to middle-level desktop VGA
market, the XG47, early next year. Samples of the XG47 will be available
sometime in November and a PCI Express VGA chip for notebooks, codenamed XP10,
will be rolled out at the same time as the XG47. In addition, XGI plans to start
sampling a native PCI Express graphics chip, the XG45, for the middle to
high-end desktop VGA market, in December, with volume production scheduled for
the first quarter of next year.

See also XGI PCI-E
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