"Based on what Hara said, it seems that NVIDIA would be looking
to do a Tegra-like SoC design, but one that pairs an x86 core with
an NVIDIA GPU (as opposed to Tegra's ARM + GPU pairing).
"Why would NVIDIA do this? Because, as a recent and widely
linked Jon Peddie report correctly points out, the integrated
graphics processor (IGP) will eventually go away, as integrated
GPUs move off of the chipset and onto the processor die. IGPs are a
huge and very successful part of NVIDIA's volume business, and the
company can't afford to see that segment left solely to Intel at a
future date when all mobile x86 processors come with an on-board
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