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Intel Dothan desktop board makes Japanese debut

479M socket.... and the rest
Tue May 18 2004, 11:02
THE JAPANESE site that closely watches new technology as it appears in the high tech shops of Akihabara in Tokyo, are reporting that a Dothan Intel Pentium M motherboard has appeared on the streets.

The firm, called PFU, has designed a Socket 479M mobo using the i855GME chip set and the whole kit and caboodle costs ¥49,800.

It supports DDR333 and has a system bus speed of 400MHz, the site says.

It also comes with three PCI slots, two slots to support 2GB of memory, AGP, on board VGA, 10/100 LAN, USB and the like.

There's pictures and more, here. µ

 

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