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Tuesday, 10 July 2007 09:55

G31 and P31 are shipping this week

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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To motherboard manufactures for $30


Intel just released a first batch of entry level G31 and P31 chipsets to motherboard manufactures and the motherboard based on this cheap chipsets should follow in some four weeks.

It is a low season so there is absolutely no rush, as long as they are out until middle of August and ready for back the school the timing is good.

An interesting part is that both chipsets P31 non integrated and G31 an integrated part will cost the same, $30 a piece and we don’t see a point of making much P31 boards as it might cost the same as G31. This is the official price but the big guns will get this chipset way cheaper.  

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