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Old 11th April 2010, 14:45   #1
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Default Intel 6 Series Chipsets - Naming Unveiled

Slated for release in Q1 2011, Intel's Cougar point and Sandy Bridge products are set to replace the existing Lynnfield/Clarkdale-Ibex Peak combination. The "Premium and Mainstream" desktop chipsets based on Cougar Point architecture will be called the P67 and H67.

The P67 and H67 will take over the "Premium and Mainstream" market segment currently dominated by the P55 and H57 chipsets. This is necessary given that the future Sandy Bridge processors will be rolled-out on LGA1155 sockets, as opposed to the existing LGA1156 socket used for the Lynnfield and Clarkdale Core i3 and i5 (and also i7-8xx) processors.

http://vr-zone.com/articles/intel-6-...iled/8685.html
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