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[TheInquirer.com Processors] Great Wall of Nehalem
Nebojsa Novakovic , Tuesday 3 June 2008. 13:29:00
Computex 08 No Horn of Jericho from AMD to send it tumbling down
INTEL WAS EXPECTED to start showing off its next milestone, the Nehalem platform, more during Computex, and that's exactly what happened: while various vendors were showing Nehalem mobos (usually behind closed doors) Intel simply displayed one or two Nehalem boards from each major OEM, all on a pretty big wall in their new Nangang hall booth - yes, for everyone to see. The desktop boards were (barely) hidden under the X48 sign, with clear board name and obvious elongated Nehalem sockets there. But, unmistakably, you could recognise the enlarged CPU socket and the smallish X58 TylersburgDT chipset - no more memory controller and FSB in the chipset means no more chipset overclocking needed....
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