This might speculation based on more speculation, but it shows promise for portable devices needing a boost in the graphics department. The Register is reporting that leaked slides on a Chinese computer hardware site indicated that Intel’s Broadwater G965 chipset will gain significant performance with support for DirectX 10 and Shader Model 4.0. Additionally, the new chipset will raise the shared graphics limit from 128 MB to 256 MB. Sounds like Intel is fighting back against nVidia and ATI just in time for Microsoft Vista to me. As a Tablet PC user that can’t run Aero Glass without registry hacks, I’m OK with it!