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Intel® 945G and Intel® 945GC Express Chipsets: BriefProduct OverviewThe Intel® 945G Express and Intel® 945GC Express chipsets deliver innovative features for interactive clients and many other embedded computing solutions requiring enhanced graphics capabilities.These advancements include dual-channel DDR2-667 memory technology, Intel® Graphics Media Accelerator 950, enhanced manageability and storage security technologies with Intel® Active management Technology, and Intel® Matrix Storage Technology.Designed for, and validated with, Pentium® 4 processors 551 and 651 with Hyper-Threading Technology and Celeron® D processors 352 and 341—all with Intel® 64 Architecture—these platforms provide scalable performance and are ideal price/performance solutions for embedded computing applications.These chipsets consist of a Graphics and Memory Controller Hub and Intel® I/O Controller Hub 7/7R. They deliver outstanding system performance through high-bandwidth interfaces such as PCI Express* x16 graphics or I/O, PCI Express x1 I/O ports, next-generation Serial ATA, and Hi-Speed USB 2.0 connectivity.The new graphics core, combined with a high-performance dual-channel memory interface, can deliver significant graphics performance over previous Intel® platforms. With support for dual independent display, enhanced modes for widescreen flat panels, and optimized 3D, embedded platforms based on the Intel 945G Express or Intel 945GC Express chipset can deliver an intense, realistic visual experience without requiring a separate graphics card.Read the full Intel® 945G and Intel® 945GC Express Chipsets Product Brief.
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Measure actual power consumption of components and embedded systems. (v.001, July 2011)
Automatically change the boot up disk order to reboot in the event of failure. (v.001, Dec. 2010)
Recover and diagnose failure remotely, preventing costly downtime. (v.001, Dec. 2010)
Discusses increasing throughput for multi-core processors. (v.1, June 2009)
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