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Intel follows Cyrix down integration path

Intel announced at Comdex that it will make integrated processors in 2000, following a trend initiated by Cyrix with its MediaGX processors. This is the first time Intel has discussed integrating peripheral functions onto the CPU die, although they have talked about integrating the i740 into a chipset.
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Intel follows Cyrix down integration path

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