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Tuesday, 03 April 2007 20:07

P35 and G33 on track for Q2

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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Intel shipments


Intel will launch its P35 and G33 based motherboards in this quarter, Q2 to be precise. The message is strong and some motherboards might be released in April / May time. Computex is the ultimate goal and Intel traditionally revealed a lot of chipsets there.


The good thing about these chipsets is that they support both DDR3 and DDR 2 and will finally start the transition toward this faster memory. The second key thing for Intel is that the boards based on these chipsets should fully supports 45 nanometre processors.


These babies won't come till Q1 2008 but it's good to be ready. We hope that these boards are going to end up as a good memory and overall overclockers. We need such a board.

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