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Old 21st January 2010, 09:34   #1
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Icon17 Intel X68 "Tylersburg-Refresh" and P65 Chipset Details Leaked

Japenese website ascii.jp got their hands on an Intel chipset roadmap. Intel X68 (codename Tylersburg-Refresh) is planned for Q2 this year. This S1366 chipset will sport SATA 6Gb, USB 3.0 and enough PCIe bandwidth for a high end system.


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Followed by 5 series "Intel 6" is a series. 。 Probably cut the van, "Westmere" based 6-core CPU is a Core i7 is expected to appear at the end of the timing of appearance, "X68" will. In other words, once "Intel X38 Express" to "Intel X48 Express" as when the (post), or structure does not change the basic, but a review of the specifications into some form.

But each is still in the air, and later possibly in the form of Sandy Bridge ahead, "DMI 2.0" corresponding to the new ICH (ICH11 but with the numbers, P55 to treat ICH11 If, ICH12 with considerable be) looks like things could get out of that. This is the most ICH11, (PCH a step ahead of the second generation of the specification) will be transient specification. Significant point is believed to be the following three points.
* DMI 2.0Twice the speed of DMI (5GT / s) to become the DMI 2.0
* SATAGen3 、6Gbps , SATA 600 Gen3 is compatible with SATA and, 6Gbps transfer rates with SATA 600 to become
*Be equipped with a USB 3.0 controller
source: http://translate.google.com/translat...ml&sl=ja&tl=en
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Is this credible? From what I'd heard Intel wasn't planning any new chipsets until Sandy Bridge, which presumably would itself require a new socket and chipset?
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Looking realistically at timing, would not count on X68 until 2011; and even then... Intel is not releasing SSDs on SATA 6G this year... so why push a 6G motherboard chipset?
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