Time for a little lunchtime update. Kyle at the cold, HardOCP has gotten his hands on VIA's new Pentium 4 DDR chipset, and he's compared it against Intel's not-yet-released 845 PC133 SDRAM chipset, plus the Rambus-based 850 chipset. This is an early look at the Pentium 4's immediate future, and it answers the questions about how the Pentium 4 architecture will perform when coupled with various types of RAM. Tasty stuff.
Now, if only the lawyers don't ruin it all for VIA...
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