Intel Pro range aims at AMD

Posted on Monday, April 24 2006 @ 16:29 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
The Inquirer writes Intel is aiming at AMD's reference platform for corporate desktops with its new business desktop brands. Intel's new Pro range features three elements:
The topmost element includes E6000s, the Q965 Express chipset with ICH8DO, iAMT and iVirtuality.

The "fundamental" slate consists of its Pentium D 925 chip, and the Q963 Express chipset with ICH8.

And the so-called "transactional" slab will use Conroe E6000 as well as E4000 microprocessors, the Pentium D 900, and the good old Pentium 4 6XX family.

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