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Monday, 24 September 2007 13:04

X38 chipset launches on the 10th

Written by Fuad Abazovic
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Of October

Intel has
confirmed that the X38 chipset will be launched on the 10th of October. This means that Intel could not keep its promise to launch this chipset in Q3 2007 as the October is the first month of Q4 this year.

 

The boards are getting their final touches and it looks that the performance of Gigabyte and Asus boards is really good. MSI board looks well, but we haven't seen it up and running.


Intel has quite high expectations from X38 chipset and only thing that it really lacks is the SLI support.



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