Intel's 4-series chipsets to be released at Computex 2008

By Justin Mann on May 6, 2008, 1:40 PM
Intel's 4-series chipsets might be arriving very soon, with some sources claiming that the new units will be launched at Computex 2008. The new 4-series chipsets include the low-end P43 and P45 units, along with the G43 and G45, the latter of which feature IGP. The lineup also includes the Q43 and Q45 chipsets at the higher end. The Q and G series are potentially being delayed by several weeks due to instability concerns, but are set for a release this summer nonetheless.

Earlier this year, Intel announced the pricing details for their 4-series chipset lineup. Comparison differences between the P43/P45 and the existing P35 chipsets show relatively little improvement, such as with the X series chipsets, but the low price will ensure upgrades.




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