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Intel Eaglelake Chipset & Boards Details

Discussion in 'News' started by D_o_S, Jul 16, 2007.

  1. D_o_S

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    Intel has revealed some information on the management and security features of the Eaglelake chipset. New technologies such as Intel Active Management Technology (AMT) v5.0, VT for Directed I/O (VT-d), Trusted Execution Technology (TXT), Trusted Platform Module (TPM) 1.2, "Danbury" Technology and FIS-based port multipliers are to be available on Eaglelake-P, G and Q chipsets w/ ICH10 slated for Q2 2008.

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    The Intel Desktop Board based on Eaglelake-P is codenamed Skyberg featuring dual x8 PCIe instead of the current x16/x4 PCIe on the Bearlake chipsets, although ASUS has already managed to re-route some circuitry on their Blitz boards to make it dual x8. Another Intel Desktop Board codenamed Icedale is based on Eaglelake-G chipset that supports integrated HDMI, DX10 and Intel Clear Video technology. Fly Creek is another Eaglelake-G board for ultra SFF. Lastly, we have Cube Cove and Eklo based on Eaglelake-Q chipsets for uATX and uSFF.

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    Source: VR-Zone
     
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    The board and features offered on them look really sweet. I just wish Intel would get their act together and do a true 40 lane PCIe board, with 32 of the lanes dedicated to GFX.
     
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    they did check out the "bonetrai" aka X38 chipset, thats the one i would get :respect:
     
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