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Thread: How fast will intel go with the 533 FSB?

  1. #11
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    Apr 2003


    Quote Originally Posted by CaptMorgan
    Dual Channel 400Mhz DDR 800 FSB Boards should be available around mid May or so. I'm not so sure on when the processors will be out though.

    As for the 533 FSB processors, I think they'll go higher then 3.2. Intel is pushing the 533 FSB as their "mid to low line" systems while the 800 FSB is the "high end" stuff.

    It's going to be a sweet chipset. Fast as hell. By the way, if you want a good stable board, go with the Intel board. They are just slightly behind on speed compared to other boards, but they are rock stable and hassle free. But then, I work on Intel boards for a living, so I may be a little biased. :p
    I think I was reading a while ago that their next chipset will scale to something like 5Ghz .....

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    Mid April - May heh..

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    MSI is already out with 800Mhz FSB chipsets.
    the next big thing is surely 800Mhz but Intel is already working on their new 1066Mhz processor Tejas which will start from 4.5 Ghz!
    Late 2004 will see launch of new kinda memory, chipsets and the fastest processor!
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  5. #15
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    3.06GHz will be the last processor from Intel with 533MHz FSB, next month Intel will release a 3.2GHz part with 800MHz FSB to coinside with the Canterwood chipset release, which will occur in the very near future.

    Cameron "Mr.Tweak" Wilmot
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