''Intel's Lindenhurst having problems with DDR2 and PCI Express''

Posted on Wednesday, July 28 2004 @ 14:11 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
The Inquirer heard from various sources that Intel's Lindenhurst chipset is still having some problems. Lindenhurst was planned to be released on the first of August.

Sources claim that there are problems getting both DDR2 memory and PCI Express to work with the 800MHz chipset.
Some sources are suggesting that fixes to these Lindenhurst problems - if they are problems - aren't likely to be ready until much later this year.
This Lindenhurst chipset, which supports the EM64T "Nocona" processors, will be named E7520.

Source: The Inquirer

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