Intel launched i915GL and i915PL chipset

Posted on Thursday, February 10 2005 @ 16:50 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Intel silently launched two new chipsets; the i915GL and the i915PL. Both are cut-down versions without DDR2 memory support and with support for only 2GB memory instead of 4GB.
The list prices of the i915PL and i915GL products were originally reported to be about 30% lower compared to the pricing of the i915P and i915G products. The assumption meant that the 915GL might cost around $27, while the 915PL might cost around $23, compared to $33 and $38 for i915P and i915G respectively, in the second half of January, 2005.
More info at X-bit Labs

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