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Wednesday, 23 May 2007 12:15

Intel G33 board makes an apperance

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In Japan


It seems like the first Intel G33 based motherboards are starting to arrive. The P35 was released early and now it appears that the G33 is almost ready for mass production.

The first board of many has turned up in Japan at the famous Akihabara computer market. The specific board in question is from none other than Intel itself.

It looks like a rather basic board and it scores 3.8 in the Vista Aero graphics test and 3.3 in the 3D test.

The G33 chipset supports DDR2 memory up to 800MHz and CPU's with bus speeds up to 1,333MHz.

You can read the full story in Japanase as well as have a look at a couple of pictures of the board here
Last modified on Wednesday, 23 May 2007 16:55

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