The chips include an Intel storage processor Dobson for speeding up RAID, support DDR-2 400 memory, an 800MHz system and PCI Express, said Intel.
The chipsets use Nocona microprocessors which come with 64-32 extensions, which Intel calls EM64T.
Intel claimed a whole raft of its customers will use Lindenhurst including Dell, Gigabyte, IBM, Fujitsu Siemens, and Tyan. And Dell.
The firm said that the E7520 and 7320 chipsets are available now as well as the storage processor.
Are there any problems with Lindenhurst, as we suggested last week? We'll see. µ
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