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Intel Corporation always reminds system builders and mainboard makers to ensure that all 2003 platforms, namely i865PE/i865G and i875P, are ready for Intel's next-generation Prescott processor. Unfortunately for all those, who already got certain i865-...
The 3GHz chip was supposed to come out last week, but Intel discovered an anomaly with the processor in its labs on the eve of the launch and subsequently delayed the introduction. The problem has...
UNTIL OCTOBER/NOVEMBER last year all motherboard manufacturers expected the "satanic" front side bus 666 to turn up, Intel caught most people on the hop, skipped this loaded number and chose to go directly for a...
THE FIRST SIGHTING of a Canterwood-based Intel motherboard which will support the Prescott processor and have an 800MHz system bus has leaked on to the world wide web. The board, the PS88-EA, will support 800MHz,...