The new motherboards support not only the LGA775 processors like Socket T Prescott but also the Entertainment PC concept that the chip giant unveiled at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in January.Source: DigiTimes
Deliveries in the second quarter will allow PC makers to roll out Entertainment PCs in mid-2004 as scheduled, the sources said. The new PC, designed by Intel and featuring an Azalia audio functionality, will have a price tag of around US$799.
Asustek Computer will use the new motherboards for its next generation Digimatrix home media center, said the sources, adding that Gigabype Technology will follow suit and upgrade its small form-factor systems into the new PCs.
Intel Grantsdale based motherboards shipping in Q2 2004
Posted on Tuesday, February 10 2004 @ 21:48 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
In the second quarter of this year Taiwanese motherboard makers will begin volume shipments of motherboards based on the Intel Grantsdale 915 chipset.