Camino at last


— 9:38 AM on November 16, 1999

Intel has finally introduced their 820 chipset, successor to the BX chipset and the support chipset intended for their new "Coppermine" Pentium III processors. The 820 includes support for 133MHz front-side bus speeds, UDMA/66, and Intel's new "accelerated hub" memory architecture. As expected, Intel has included support for Rambus DRAM (RDRAM) RIMMs and SDRAM SIMMs, and, like many manufacturers, will be offering motherboards that support each of these two flavors of DRAM.

 
   
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