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Old 11-20-2007, 03:20 PM   #1
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Old 11-21-2007, 05:20 AM   #2
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There has been a new article posted.

Title: Intel Chipset Codenames Cross-Reference Table
URL: http://www.hardwaresecrets.com/article/498

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"Even for us that work daily in the high-tech industry it is hard to keep track of all codenames Intel uses for their chipsets and then trying to remember what commercial name Intel gave to each one of..."

Comments on this article are welcome.

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Where is CONROE? Has anyone here heard of CONROE?

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Old 11-21-2007, 05:26 AM   #3
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Nevermind. I figured out both of my own questions (after I woke up).

However, I wouldn't mind seeing a table of Intel processor code names (including Conroe).

Sorry for my confusion.

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Old 11-21-2007, 11:21 AM   #4
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LOL. No problem. (just a clarification for other readers that might be reading this: Conroe is a codename for an Intel CPU and on this tutorial we cover chipsets, not CPUs).

We are preparing similar tables for both Intel and AMD processors, I think they will be very handy as well.

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Thank you for a very useful chart. I don't think I've seen this anywhere else.

As a suggestion, it would be nice to see some more detail about supported CPU's, for example, not all Pentium 4 chipsets support all Pentium 4 CPU's. There are 3 sockets that I know of (423, 478 and 775) and multiple FSB speeds for some sockets. Then there is the Pentium D support (or lack thereof) as well.
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Thanks for the suggestion.
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Thumbs up Wonderful!

As usual another nice and useful table!

I'd love to see a table with codenames of CPUs, Platforms, Chipsets of server, desktop and mobile releases! That would be really great!

For ex:
A mobile page should include all Platform codenames and the corresponding CPUs & Chipsets belonging to those platform. Like Centrino.

Similarly an AMD equivalent would be great too!
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Thanks for the suggestion, I will try to do that very soon.
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