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Old 10-14-2007, 09:05 PM   #1 (permalink)
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In 2Q 2008, Intel will launch P45 and G45 to replace the current P35 and G35 chipsets.

As it is a new chipset, it will support the PCIe 2.0, south bridge will also be using a newer ICH10 or ICH10R. The chipset will maintain the suppot of DDR2 and DDR3 memory type.

Eaglelake chipset will be known as P45 (discrete) and G45 (for integrated video with GMA x4500 with DX10 support).

The chipset supports new standards like display port in additional to the DVI, HDMI. It will also have hardware acceleration for HDDVD/BluRay.

The chipset is said to officially support FSB1600 processors.
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Default Re: A look at the Eaglelake P45 and G45 chipsets

So, these fsb1600 chips will still be LGA775?
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Yes...it looks like they're sticking it with socket 775, for some time.
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Default Re: A look at the Eaglelake P45 and G45 chipsets

Sweet! That is definitely a good thing to hear.
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Sweet! That is definitely a good thing to hear.
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Also, FSB1600? Sorry, been under a rock for some time in the computer scene, is that the new Penryn?

This soundes great, I jsut hope it can OC like the p35, or else I'm sticking with a DS3-R P35.
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w00t HDMI. bout time computers started to make use of this high capacity connection.
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Also, FSB1600? Sorry, been under a rock for some time in the computer scene, is that the new Penryn?

This soundes great, I jsut hope it can OC like the p35, or else I'm sticking with a DS3-R P35.
The only CPUs that I know, that will have a 1600FSB, is the quad core extremes (Yorkfield...desktop quad core version, of Penryn), as of now...

And I'm sure they'll be better overclockers, as they're meant to replace the P35 and G35 chipsets.
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Glad to hear about HDMI and not gameport, But what will happen to Skulltrail then?
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So the HDMI video, will it use the same connection configuration as current HD TV tuners?
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what config does a HD TV tuner use?
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