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     Intel Quad Core early 2007
      Posted on 28/03/2006 at 13:24 by Marc - source: DailyTech
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    After mentioning in at IDF, Intel has included the Kentsfield in the roadmaps for the first quarter 2007. The first quad core for desktop computers will in fact be made of two Conroe 65nm cores that will be placed on the same packaging.


    At the LGA775 format, this processor will be compatible with i975X motherboards compatible with Conroe (it requires a new revision). It will initially only be available in « Extreme Edition » and will be in consequence very expensive…



     Severe shortages of ULi southbridge?
      Posted on 28/03/2006 at 12:43 by Marc
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    According to DigiTimes, NVIDIA would be accelerating the termination of sales of ULi Electronics chipsets and especially Southbridge that are used in combination with ATI's Northbridge.

    The M1575 and 1573 would be in severe shortages, but ATI's inventory would be of 100,000 chips mainly intended to « first tier » manufacturers (ASUS, ECS, Gigabyte, MSI).

    If this information, that follow ULi's acquisition by NVIDIA at the end of 2005, it isn't surprising, we have to hope that ATI wont be too much delayed in the finalisation of the SB600 Southbridge that was initially expected in May.


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