Intel’s 848P will share the same core and technologies as the existing 865P chipset, and only minor revisions will be needed to lower the 865P’s memory bandwidth from dual-channel to single-channel and increase its FSB speed to 800Mhz.
The 865GV will share the same specifications as the 848P but integrate Intel’s onboard graphics support and not support add-on graphics cards. It will target the value-line, business workstation market.
The 848P will be priced at US$31, not the US$20 rumored earlier, and only US$1 below the 865P’s price of US$32. The 865GV will cost motherboard manufacturers US$34 per unit, well below the US$40 price tag for the 865G.
Intel reveals two new chipsets : the 848P and 865GV
Posted on Monday, Jul 07 2003 @ 09:13 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Digitimes reports of two new chipsets from Intel which are planned to be released in August. The 848P is for the value-line end-user market, and the 865GV is for the OEM customers. Not really that interesting for us eh?
Source : Digitimes