Intel Graphics Media Accelerator (GMA) 950 The Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 950 (also known as Intel GMA 950) is an integrated (onboard) graphic chip on the Mobile Intel 945Gx chipset for Intel processors. It is a faster clocked version of the and does not support hardware T&L (Transform & Lightning) calculations (which is required for some games). Compared to the GMA 900 it now supports Shader Model 3.0 (instead of 2.0) and can decode 2 HD Streams simultaneously. It supports DirectX 9.0 with Shader Model 3.0 (Vertex Shader are calculated in Software - by the CPU) and OpenGL 1.4.
Toshiba Satellite L650 Drivers For Windows 10. Furthermore, the chip is able to accelerate the decoding of MPEG2 videos and supports Motion Compensation (2 HD Streams simultaneously). Modern HD videos in MPEG 4 or VC-1 can not be decoded with the graphics card. The GMA 950 is integrated in the following chipsets with different rendering clock rates (that affect the 3D performance): • 945GU: 133 MHz (Lakeport for Intel A100 and A110) • 945GSE: 166 MHz (for Atom) • 945GMS: 166 MHz / 250 MHz (1.05V) • 940GML 166 MHz / 200 MHz (1. Epson Lq 570 Driver Windows 10. 05V) - Celeron M (ULV) • 943GML: 200 MHz • 945GM: 250 MHz (Calistoga) • 945G, 945GC, 945GZ: 400 MHz (Lakeport) Using the tool, slower variants can be clocked to 400 MHz to increase the 3D performance (use at your own risk, not supported by Intel!).