The DailyTech have just acquired Intel's latest desktop board roadmap which sheds a fair bit of light on their upcoming Bearlake platform (the successor to the current Broadwater 965 chipset lineup). Also commented on by the DailyTech are several noteworthy changes to the new roadmap when compared with the one that was made available to them only a few weeks ago.
Check out all the details on it here folks.
Intel Desktop Boards Media Series will feature Viiv compatibility and integrate the Bearlake G+ chipset. Four motherboards will be available with the Bearlake G+ chipset-the Dragontail Peak, Apache Lake, Ryker and Hiwassee. Dragontail Peak will be a full ATX motherboard while Apache Lake will be the microATX variant. Both motherboards will have DVI. Hiwassee and Ryker will be BTX boards with Hiwassee being microBTX and Ryker being picoBTX. Both BTX motherboards will have HDMI video output. All Desktop Board Media Series motherboards will have onboard Firewire.
Last updated: Dec 4, 2019 at 01:47 pm CST
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