Most integrated video cards tend to be anemic like low end intel video cards. But not this one.
The motherboard is an X58 mainboard which is compatible with a Core i7 processor. The integrated video is a "full-fledged ATI Radeon HD 5770". Wait, there's more, there's also an integrated Lucid Hydra chip fused onto the PCB and 2 pci-e slots. If you dont know what the licud hydra chip does, it means you can slap 2 nvidia cards, 2 ati cards or 1 of each brand into the pci-e slots and all 3 can sli/xfire with each other. See this link for the wikipedia entry on lucid hydra.
There are some unanswered questions.
* How about the cooling?
* Will this 5770 have its own ram or will it share ram with the motherboard? With shared ram I predict this will be severely bottlenecked, probably more than 50% slower than a normal 5770.
* If it has its own ram, how does it compare to a normal 5770?
* Is this a new version of the hydra because older versions have a few bugs and buggy drivers
Since its not out yet, we dont know about the price.