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Intel Sandy Bridge woes blamed for PC slowdown

Posted on Saturday, March 26 2011 @ 07:50:26 CET by

EE Times reports the SATA flaw in Intel's 6-series chipsets had some impact on global PC production:
The design error found by Intel in its Cougar Point support chip for the Sandy Bridge processor has started to impact the PC supply chain, according to a Taiwan Economic News report that referenced un-named sources at foundries and packaging houses.

This in turn is likely to depress chip sales in February and March, at numerous chip vendors who supply components for PCs, the report said.



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