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Old 22nd March 2010, 11:53   #1
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Default Intel sells more chipsets than CPUs

INTEL IS SAID to be shipping 20 percent more chipsets than CPUs which makes for a fairly skewed ratio, as most users would upgrade their CPU, not their motherboard. In this case though it turns out that itís the motherboard manufacturers that are hoping for better times and are placing large chipset orders with Intel.

These days it seems like everyone is pinning their hopes for a boost in sales on China and the motherboard makers are no different. China has already been promoted as the saviour of the desktop PC and now the motherboard makers are starting to prepare to be able to meet the expected demand. The report from Digitimes doesnít go into any details as to which chipsets that are involved, so itís difficult to draw any conclusions based solely on the increase in chipset demand.

http://www.semiaccurate.com/2010/03/...chipsets-cpus/
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