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Old 17th July 2007, 22:05   #1
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Default Intel "Eaglelake" Plans Revealed, successor of Bearlake

Intel guidance released its Bearlake-family chipset this year, first with the G33 and P35 Express models and later on with the G35 and X38 Express. Although Intel is still in the process of launching Bearlake, its latest roadmap has further details on its successor – Eaglelake.

Eaglelake spawns the usual P, G and Q variants for consumer and business platforms. The Eaglelake-family features support for Intel Penryn-family, Yorkfield and Wolfdale, and other processors with front-side buses up to 1333 MHz.

http://www.dailytech.com/article.aspx?newsid=8077
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