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|17th November 2008, 16:54||#1|
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Intel considering extending life-cycle of 775-based processors to 2011
Intel is considering extending the life-cycle of its socket 775-based processors to 2011 and is expected to let these CPUs cover the entry-level segment, according to sources at motherboard makers.
Currently, Core i7 processors use the new socket 1366, while in the third quarter of 2009, Intel will launch Nehalem-based mainstream desktop PC processors based on socket 1156.
If socket 775-based processors do get extended to 2011, 4-series chipsets will also need a longer life-cycle, therefore Intel is planning to make some modifications to its 4-series chipsets including boosting the G45s image processing performance, and adding Post Processing and Report Mode technologies to boost the chipsets image quality and add support of 24Hz monitors.
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