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Intel resumes 6-series shipments for PCs not impacted by the design issue

Posted on Monday, February 07 2011 @ 23:26:56 CET by


Intel provides on update on the problems with its 6-series chipsets. The main news is that the company will resume shipments of 6 series chipsets for use only in PC system configuration that are not impacted by the design issue. In addition, Intel also reveals that new, updated 6-series chipsets are now in production. They are expected to start shipping by mid-February.
On January 31, 2011, Intel disclosed a design issue with a support chip, the Intel® 6 Series Chipset that has the potential to impact certain PC system configurations. Intel subsequently initiated extensive discussions with computer makers about this topic. Both Intel and its customers are focused on delivering the highest quality PC systems based on Intel® 2nd Generation Core® Processors. As a result of these discussions and specific requests from computer makers, Intel is resuming shipments of the Intel® 6 Series Chipset for use only in PC system configurations that are not impacted by the design issue.

Only computer makers who have committed to shipping the Intel® 6 Series Chipset in PC system configurations that are not impacted by the design issue will be receiving these shipments.

This resumption of shipments of the Intel® 6 Series Chipset is not changing the company’s updated first quarter 2011 and full-year financial Outlook published on January 31st.

In parallel, Intel has started manufacturing on a new version of this support chip. Intel now expects to begin shipping the new parts in mid February.



 



 

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