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Old 04-03-07, 11:22 AM   #8
randsom
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Default Re: 680i Chipset for Penryn ?

penryn is going to a default higher fsb and lower voltage requirements so im sure intel is coiming out with new chipsets, nvidia will follow this as well, since it seems intel and nvidia have developed a working relationship unlike a few yrs ago.


I am not all that positve the 680I chipset will allow the higher fsb and voltage requirements of penryn

its just going to be a kick ass cpu.I am waiting to upgrade till penryn hits the streets sometime this yr(according to the articles ive read on the web)

heres a pretty good read

http://www.bit-tech.net/hardware/200..._future/1.html
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