Of course Intel will require a new chipset for the new processors, which will piss off a lot of people. It will probably be X48.
And OF COURSE it's Intel's fault that nVidia
hasn't updated nVidia's
chipsets to run the new processors. Never mind that all of the chipsets released by Intel in the last year *DO SUPPORT THE NEW CHIPS*. Because, after all, Intel is responsible to provide free Research, Devlopment, and Engineering support to the world.
But no... The proper course of action is to send a bug F.U. to Intel because they didn't re-engineer nVidia's shipset.
Seriously, "Mrs" B - Your anti-Intel spew is getting really, really old.