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12-08-2005, 09:06 PM
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<P><STRONG>http//www.intel.comIntel</A></STRONG> has as you perhaps know a lot of processors in development to be launched the next year. This in turn means that it will launch a number of new chipsets to make its platforms complete. At Anandtech they've taken a closer look at Intel's updated roadmap for its chipsets and has written a summarizing article on what we can expect from the company when it comes to the chipsets. During the next year it has four new chipsets coming and it has changed the naming of these circuits somewhat. The features seems to be pretty equivalent to today's chipsets, but a clear sign for the DDR2 technology's future is that three out of four chipsets support DDR2-800 and all support 1066MHz FSB.</P>
<P> <U>Read on about Intel's chipsets at Anandtech</U> ("http//anandtech.com/cpuchipsets/showdoc.aspx?i=2635")</P></SPAN>