This page contains information about Intel graphicprocessing units (→Intel Graphics Technology) and motherboard graphics slides in table form. In 1982, Intel licensed the NEC μPD7220 and announced that it was the Intel 82720 graphics display controller. Intel marketed the second generation of its products using the "Extreme Graphics" brand. These chips have added support for texture complexes allowing OpenGL 1.3 support. the last generation of integrated motherboard graphics. Full support for DirectX 10 devices starting with the GMA X3500. each EU has a 128-bit wide FPU that originally carries out eight 16-bit or four-bit 32-bit per hour cycle. each EU has a 128-bit wide FPU that originally carries out eight 16-bit or four-bit 32-bit per hour cycle. double peak performance in an hour cycle compared to the previous generation due to the integration of double-added instructions. each EU has 2 × 128-bit FPUs and has double peak performance per hour cycle compared to the previous generation. One supports FP32 and FP64, and the other only supports FP32. Since the productivity of FP64 instructions is 2 cycles, FP64 FLOPS is a quarter OF FP32 FLOPS. Only one of FPUs adopts 32-bit integer instructions.