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A visit to Intel's motherboard R&D facility

Posted on Saturday, February 07 2009 @ 18:20:50 CET by

Tom's Hardware had the opportunity to visit the Hawthorn Farms facilities in Hillsboro, Oregon where Intel designs its motherboards, you can check out the coverage over here.
We all know that Intel has a reputation for making stable motherboards. We also know that the company is two years into a long-range effort to make itself a top player in the enthusiast board space. Balancing stability with breakneck speed is no small task, and hardly anyone knows the lengths to which Intel goes in designing and redesigning components. Here at the Hawthorn Farms campus in Hillsboro, Oregon, a fleet of Intel teams and engineers pore over practically every aspect of motherboard design. When you check out a shiny new Smackover board, the number of man-hours devoted to making that board’s engineering as close to perfection as possible is staggering.



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