The AMD 690G chipset is undergoing a revision, specifically it’s the BIOS that is being tweaked.  The onboard graphics will have proper support for HD quality video and significant improvements to the overclocking potential.  The Tech Report has some pictures of a new Gigabyte board, and a bit more details on what to expect from this chipset’s second wave.
“AMD launched its 690G chipset back in February, and five months later, they’re back with an update. Sort of. The chipset hardware hasn’t changed, but AMD has been fiddling with BIOSes and drivers to give the second wave of 690G-based motherboards that’s hitting the market a little extra punch. Keep reading to see how AMD has added overclocking options and support for HD DVD and Blu-ray playback to its integrated graphics platform.”

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