The question I am asking myself now, is what Apple's next move is with the mobile GPU (yes I am a bit obsessed with this).MOBILITY RADEON® X800 - The worlds most powerful mobile graphics processor for High Definition (HD) gaming on PCI Express® notebooks
The Worlds Fastest and Most Powerful Mobile VPU*
The MOBILITY RADEON® X800 deliver frame rates that surpass any previous graphics processor making it the worlds fastest and most powerful VPU*. With 12 pixel pipelines, higher clock speeds and breakthrough image enhancement technology, the MOBILITY RADEON® X800 provides an extremely smooth, responsive HD gaming experience, putting capable gamers in complete control of even the most demanding game titles. A radically new architecture based on the latest .13 micron, low-k manufacturing process delivers the fastest mobile performance without sacrificing battery life.
Even the 9800 Mobility is becoming aged (comparatively) when you compare it to this... 12 pixel pipelines in a notebook! Ridiculous! Even my PC friends still use cards with 8 pipelines... I believe the 9700M has 4.
Optimized for widescreen notebooks... twice the bandwith of AGP...
Will Apple go with AGP or PCI-E for the next revision?