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|1st October 2012, 07:48||#1|
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Intel's Haswell May Cause Mobo Makers to Exit Market?
DigiTimes, citing its usual anonymous industry sources, claims that motherboard manufacturers are worried Intel's Haswell platform will drive second tier makers out of the business. Intel is already set to launch its next-generation Haswell-based processors, comprehensively designed for IT products such as tablets, notebooks, ultrabooks, desktops and servers, in the second quarter of 2013; however, since Haswell is designed to integrate functions such as power phase control, which is mainly used for overclocking, into the CPU, sources from motherboard players are concerned that the new processor and weakening desktop market demand will cause several second-tier motherboard players to exit the market in late 2013.
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