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|8th September 2010, 20:40||#1|
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Intel is set to announce it will adopt USB 3 in Sandy Bridge chipsets
Intel is set to announce a change of heart at its IDF in just a few weeks time, as it will instead adopt USB 3 in its upcoming Sandy Bridge chipsets.
It appears to be a last minute change due to industry pressure from AMD, which will have USB 3 in its upcoming Fuzion chipsets, thanks to a cooperation with Renesas - the maker of all NEC-branded USB 3 chips used on motherboards to date.
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