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|23rd December 2004, 13:34||#1|
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Intel to launch low-end 915 chipsets Jan 05
Intel is said to be preparing to launch two further low-end 'Grantsdale' chipsets next month.
The new parts, the 915PL and the 915GL, are essentially versions of the existing 915P and 915G chipsets, but with DDR 2 SDRAM support turned off. The new chipsets will offer PCI Express and 800MHz frontside bus support.
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