Intel has resumed deliveries of its 915 chipsets, starting early this week, according to sources at local IT makers and channels. Sales of the new-generation Pentium 4 chipsets were suspended in late June after a defect was found in the ICH6 south bridge. Although Intel informed local motherboard makers that it will recall all boards manufactured during the period between June 7 and June 14, it has yet to announce the recall price. Motherboards to be recalled from Taiwanese first-tier motherboard makers, including Asustek Computer, Gigabyte Technology and Micro-Star International (MSI), are estimated to total 10,000 units each, according to sources at the makers.
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News source: DigiTimes