Intel Eaglelake chipset to succeed Bearlake

Posted on Friday, Mar 02 2007 @ 17:50 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Intel's Bearlake P35 and G35 based motherboards are ready and will be unveiled on March 15.

The successor for Bearlake is in the works and will be called Eaglelake.
Boards development for its successor "Eaglelake" are going start soon and it will be pairing up with ICH10 Southbridge to support higher FSB Penryn processors. ICH10 as revealed in our earlier article supports 10GB and Wireless Ethernet controllers with some new technologies to reduce CPU load and improve power consumption.

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