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Thursday, 14 February 2008 01:04

Nehalem's chipset supports ICH10/R

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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Tylersburg-DT


We don’t have many details about Nehalem, but we do know that its Tylersburg-DT chipset will support ICH10/R.

Intel will introduce its ICH10/R with P45 and G45 chipsets and they will have to do for Tylersburg-DT Northbridge. The Nehalem chipset won't have a new Southbridge, but we fail to find a difference between ICH9/R and ICH10/R, as it looks the same to us, at least at the moment.


Tylersburg-DT is scheduled for Q4 2008 and so is Nehalem, Intel's native quad-core, eight thread CPU.

Last modified on Friday, 15 February 2008 05:54
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