Introducing Radeon™ Xpress 200M for Intel® Processors
Radeon™ Xpress 200M is the industry’s first PCI Express® chipset
for notebooks with Intel® Pentium® M, Intel® Celeron®, Celeron® M and
Intel® Pentium® 4 processors. Radeon™ Xpress 200M is a highly
versatile chipset that appeals to a broad range of notebook designs
including thin and light, performance thin, and desktop replacement.
Best-in-class PCI Express® performance with built-in DirectX® 9.0
Radeon™ Xpress 200M offers a graphics core that is a derivative of Radeon™ X300
technology. It is the fastest DirectX 9.0 integrated graphics platform
for Intel-based PCI Express® notebooks, offering high-performance graphics
digital multimedia applications and 3D games.
Multimedia and digital content creation
Radeon™ Xpress 200M offers full support for Microsoft® Windows® Media
Center Edition 2005, making your notebook PC a complete Multimedia Center whether at home or on the road. It is the ideal processor for
media-intensive tasks, digital content creation, viewing, and editing.
DVD playback are assisted by integrated video processing and motion
compensation acceleration, including ATI’s VideoShader™ and
Enhancement Engine technologies for improving video display.
Universal connectivity at home or on the road
Radeon™ Xpress 200M fulfills the promise of universal PC connectivity,
with full compatibility for a vast multitude of peripheral devices. It offers
the highest performance Gigabit LAN networking, and full USB 2.0 and IEEE
1394 support for connecting digital cameras, CD drives, DVD burners, scanners,
printers, MP3 players, and more. Radeon™ Xpress 200M offers visual productivity
and features unavailable from any other chipset technology, making
it easy to configure and scale your system performance to meet your individual
Built for the Future with Longer Battery Life
Radeon™ Xpress 200M provides
investment protection for next-generation operating systems along with support
for DDR2 memory up to 667 MHz. This
chipset offers PowerPlay 5.0 functionality that continuously monitors
the workload on your notebook and automatically adjusts settings to optimize
battery life. You can browse the web, or view a full-length DVD movie
searching for a power outlet. Dynamic Lane Count Switching (DLCS) can
reduce GPU power consumption by up to 30 per cent by adjusting power on-the-fly.