Intel will prune the prices of its Celeron D processors and 915-class chipsets next year, reports coming out of Taiwan claim.The Celeron D cuts will take place on Sunday, 20 February 2005, and see up to 13.6 per cent.
When PCs using Intel's "Grantsdale" chipset launch next week, their ability to serve as a wireless access point won't be made available until as late as the fourth quarter, Intel officials said Thursday.
Intel Corporation had reportedly added support for AGP-bus in its i915-series (Grantsdale) chipsets that initially should not support the technology. The reasons for the move are not clear, as AGP seemingly does not function really fast.
ECS IS SHOWING an interesting hybrid PCI Express motherboard in Taiwan. The board, based around Intel's Grantsdale chips and is dubbed the 915P-A. It sports an AGP slot alongside the swanky new PCI Express graphics slot.