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Old November 7th 07, 12:28 AM posted to comp.sys.intel
***** charles[_3_]
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Default New chipsets for consumer motherboards?

Hi all,

Are there any new chipsets coming out to max
the performance of the QX6850 type cpu's in
the Intel motherboard line? I heard that Nov
is a month that Intel will release a new line
of faster/smaller cpus?

later....


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Old November 7th 07, 09:46 PM posted to comp.sys.intel
Nate Edel
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Default New chipsets for consumer motherboards?

***** charles wrote:
Are there any new chipsets coming out to max
the performance of the QX6850 type cpu's in
the Intel motherboard line? I heard that Nov
is a month that Intel will release a new line
of faster/smaller cpus?


So far as I know, a replacement for the G33/P35/X38 is not due out for a
while.

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Old November 7th 07, 10:27 PM posted to comp.sys.intel
Nate Edel
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Default New chipsets for consumer motherboards?

Nate Edel wrote:
***** charles wrote:
Are there any new chipsets coming out to max
the performance of the QX6850 type cpu's in
the Intel motherboard line? I heard that Nov
is a month that Intel will release a new line
of faster/smaller cpus?


So far as I know, a replacement for the G33/P35/X38 is not due out for a
while.


This page mentions a X48 chipset due out next year that will officially
support 1600FSB.
http://www.tomshardware.com/2007/10/...ng/page12.html

At Intel's "Meet the Penryn Experts" event in Munich, an Intel
representative confirmed this by saying "On the desktop, I don't think FSB
makes a difference". Nonetheless, it has become known that FSB 1600
processors, which will require the new X48 chipset, will be released next
year.

Presumably there will also be lower end G4_/P4_ chipsets.


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Old November 7th 07, 10:49 PM posted to comp.sys.intel
Core2Duo
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Default New chipsets for consumer motherboards?

It appears that you are referring to the soon to be released 45nm chips.
If you look at the specs for most new MBs you will see they mention being
45nm compatible.


"***** charles" wrote in message
...
Hi all,

Are there any new chipsets coming out to max
the performance of the QX6850 type cpu's in
the Intel motherboard line? I heard that Nov
is a month that Intel will release a new line
of faster/smaller cpus?

later....




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Old November 8th 07, 04:20 AM posted to comp.sys.intel
Core2Duo
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Default New chipsets for consumer motherboards?

Read my other post in this thread, and be aware that several current MBs
will do 1600FSB.
X38 + P35 chipsets are only recent so I'm not sure why you are so interested
in replacements.
There will always be something 'on the horizon'.


"Nate Edel" wrote in message
...
Nate Edel wrote:
***** charles wrote:
Are there any new chipsets coming out to max
the performance of the QX6850 type cpu's in
the Intel motherboard line? I heard that Nov
is a month that Intel will release a new line
of faster/smaller cpus?


So far as I know, a replacement for the G33/P35/X38 is not due out for a
while.


This page mentions a X48 chipset due out next year that will officially
support 1600FSB.
http://www.tomshardware.com/2007/10/...ng/page12.html

At Intel's "Meet the Penryn Experts" event in Munich, an Intel
representative confirmed this by saying "On the desktop, I don't think
FSB
makes a difference". Nonetheless, it has become known that FSB 1600
processors, which will require the new X48 chipset, will be released next
year.

Presumably there will also be lower end G4_/P4_ chipsets.


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Old November 8th 07, 04:08 PM posted to comp.sys.intel
***** charles[_3_]
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Default New chipsets for consumer motherboards?

I just read that "penryn" will be out tomorrow (2007/11/12).
I just didn't want to be to far behind the tech curve when getting
and building a new computer from parts.

thanks,
charles....

"Core2Duo" wrote in message
...
It appears that you are referring to the soon to be released 45nm chips.
If you look at the specs for most new MBs you will see they mention being
45nm compatible.


"***** charles" wrote in message
...
Hi all,

Are there any new chipsets coming out to max
the performance of the QX6850 type cpu's in
the Intel motherboard line? I heard that Nov
is a month that Intel will release a new line
of faster/smaller cpus?

later....






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Old November 8th 07, 06:19 PM posted to comp.sys.intel
Nate Edel
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Default New chipsets for consumer motherboards?

***** charles wrote:
I just read that "penryn" will be out tomorrow (2007/11/12).
I just didn't want to be to far behind the tech curve when getting
and building a new computer from parts.


Penryn should work with any of the current generation of chipsets. No idea
at this point whether those will work with Nehalem when it comes out next
year or not, but odds are pretty good that the ones that will do 1600FSB
will.

Core2Duo wrote:
Read my other post in this thread, and be aware that several current MBs
will do 1600FSB.


"Will do" != "officially support," although in practice the former is
usually good enough.




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Old November 9th 07, 03:18 AM posted to comp.sys.intel
***** charles[_3_]
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Default New chipsets for consumer motherboards?

"Nate Edel" wrote in message
...
***** charles wrote:
I just read that "penryn" will be out tomorrow (2007/11/12).
I just didn't want to be to far behind the tech curve when getting
and building a new computer from parts.


Penryn should work with any of the current generation of chipsets. No idea
at this point whether those will work with Nehalem when it comes out next
year or not, but odds are pretty good that the ones that will do 1600FSB
will.

Core2Duo wrote:
Read my other post in this thread, and be aware that several current MBs
will do 1600FSB.


"Will do" != "officially support," although in practice the former is
usually good enough.


Any idea if an Intel motheroard will support 1600fsb or even 1333fsb?

thanks,
charles.....


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Old November 9th 07, 07:48 PM posted to comp.sys.intel
Nate Edel
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Default New chipsets for consumer motherboards?

***** charles wrote:
"Nate Edel" wrote in message
***** charles wrote:
I just read that "penryn" will be out tomorrow (2007/11/12).
I just didn't want to be to far behind the tech curve when getting
and building a new computer from parts.


Penryn should work with any of the current generation of chipsets. No idea
at this point whether those will work with Nehalem when it comes out next
year or not, but odds are pretty good that the ones that will do 1600FSB
will.

Core2Duo wrote:
Read my other post in this thread, and be aware that several current MBs
will do 1600FSB.


"Will do" != "officially support," although in practice the former is
usually good enough.


Any idea if an Intel motheroard will support 1600fsb or even 1333fsb?


1600FSB from an Intel motherboard will probably have to wait for the X48 and
related boards.

1333FSB is available now: any of the G33/P35/X38 boards should
support it. Intel BOXDP35DPM and BLKDP35DPM just to pull two off NewEgg.

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Old November 13th 07, 12:24 PM posted to comp.sys.intel
Core2Duo
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Default New chipsets for consumer motherboards?


"***** charles" wrote in message
news
"Nate Edel" wrote in message
...
***** charles wrote:
I just read that "penryn" will be out tomorrow (2007/11/12).
I just didn't want to be to far behind the tech curve when getting
and building a new computer from parts.


Penryn should work with any of the current generation of chipsets. No
idea
at this point whether those will work with Nehalem when it comes out next
year or not, but odds are pretty good that the ones that will do 1600FSB
will.

Core2Duo wrote:
Read my other post in this thread, and be aware that several current
MBs
will do 1600FSB.


"Will do" != "officially support," although in practice the former is
usually good enough.


Any idea if an Intel motheroard will support 1600fsb or even 1333fsb?

thanks,
charles.....



Are you referring to a MB using Intel chipset or an actual Intel MB?.
There are several MBs out now (w/ various Intel chipsets) that support
1600FSB.
Look at some MB manufacturers' sites & select their 775 socket MBs and
you'll have lots of fun.


 




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