CHIP GIANT Intel has released some details of its dual core Glenwood and Lakeport chipset to its customers, the original equipment manufacturers (OEM). And it has also projected a series of its own Intel motherboards to support the processors, which are slated to start appearing in the middle of next year. Glenwood chipsts will be available in lead free second layer interconnect SKUs, supporting 1066/800 system buses, and up to 8GB of dual channel DDR2 667/433.
Lakeport will come in two flavours, G and P. The G denotes next generation Intel graphics. The Lakeport P will support 1066/800/533 system buses, dual channel DDR again at 667/533, PCI Express X16 and PCI Express X1, high def audio and will include ICH7. Intel roadmaps show a plethora of own motherboards based on Glenwood, Lakeport P and Lakeport G. It's projecting a total of 12 boards with different feature sets and exotic codenames.
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