Intel gives 910- and 915-chipsets one year to live

In addition to pushing the 945-series as the mainstream chipset solutions for entry-level PC systems in the first half of 2007, Intel has decided not to accept orders for 910- and 915-series chipsets starting from March of next year, according to sources at Taiwan motherboard makers. However, the motherboard makers commented that with dual-core Pentium D 805 CPUs (2.66 GHz, 1 MB L2x2 cache memory and 533 MHz FSB) priced below $100 (in lots of one thousand), inventory levels of 910- and 915-series chipsets are already hard to clear.

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