And the biggest surprise of all, according to the sources, will be a motherboard codenamed "Rapid City", which is likely to include an array of overclocking functions and come in a black PCB just to excite case modders out there. It apparently comes with ICH5, and so support for Serial ATA.
And the same sources claim Intel is also showing its ideas for a "new" kind of case to prevent build up of heat.
Read more: [URL=http://www.theinquirer.net/?article=6096]The Inq[/URL].
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