ATI still making chipsets for Intel

Posted on Saturday, May 06 2006 @ 15:06 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Intel is still using some ATI chipsets, The Inquirer reports. This will help the company to ease chipset shortage especially in the IGP area where ATI has a little bit better integrated core than Intel.
Intel quietly introduced the Intel D102GGC2, Grant County 2 board and you can read all about it here.

There's another board supporting DDR 2, and this one is set to support dual channel DDR 2. It is codenamed D103GGV and will be known as the Gem Valley motherboard. It supports LGA 775 sockets and is a micro ATX board.

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