Further extending its reach beyond graphics processors, Nvidia will produce chipsets for Transmeta's Efficeon processor, the companies said Tuesday.

The C8000 will contain an AGP port for connecting the processor to the graphics chip, a standard feature in Intel-based PCs but a new one for Transmeta computers. Along with speeding up graphics performance, incorporating an AGP port will allow manufacturers to insert Transmeta chips inside of notebooks with larger 13- and 14-inch screens, a market the company hopes to penetrate, said Dave Ditzel, Transmeta's chief technical officer.

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