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ReDeeMeR
03-16-03, 05:28 PM
Got a bit mixed up since I wasnt following Intel news lately, but since I'm no fanboy I want to look into the new P4 with 800mhz FSB :)

StealthHawk
03-16-03, 07:27 PM
Canterwood is the high end chipset. Springdale is midrange/lowend?

Springdale has integrated graphics, i think.

ReDeeMeR
03-16-03, 09:22 PM
k thanks and high end = faster? more stable???

StealthHawk
03-17-03, 03:29 AM
Originally posted by ReDeeMeR
k thanks and high end = faster? more stable???

i don't think Intel releases chipsets that are "less stable."

from what i've seen they both support dual channel DDR400. Springdale is listed as also supporting dual channel DDR333, while Canterwood is not. the features seem pretty much the same besides the integrated graphics.

i'm sure there will be other differences, but i haven't heard what.

borntosoul
03-17-03, 07:01 PM
canterwood also has a turbo mode as well ,they say it gives a 5+% increase compared to the springdale and also canterwood will support ecc dimms
http://www.xbitlabs.com/articles/chipsets/display/springdale.html
here is a link with more info

fastguy94416
03-17-03, 09:42 PM
Turbo mode is a slight overclock methinks?