Back in January of this year, motherboard makers said Intel sales were fairly modest. Right after Intel’s DDR2 and PCIe chipsets were introduced, motherboard sales for Intel microprocessors were on a continuous downhill. However, at CES, manufacturers said they had hopes for the sales to pick up, as DDR2 and PCIe matured with prices expected to drop to reasonable altitudes. Read more at CoolTechZone
Intel's motherboard sales not doing well?
Posted on Friday, Jul 15 2005 @ 23:01 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck