Intel to introduce new integrated CPU/motherboard solution?

By Derek Sooman on September 6, 2004, 1:22 PM
Details are emerging, albeit in most places in chinese, about a new integrated CPU/motherboard solution from Intel. Almost certainly, the CPU component will be based on the new 90 nanometer P4 core. The motherboard will be based on the i845GV core-logic and comes in micro-ITX form-factor. The CPU, of course, cannot be removed from the mainboard, so no upgrades will be possible. The mainboard will offer 1 Parallel ATA-33/66/100 channel, PCI slot, 1 DDR SDRAM DIMM slot and 1 FDD connector. It will be targetted at low-cost low-power systems, and will be code-named Shelton.

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