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 Aug 04, 2005 - 05:00 PM - by Michael
* Intel kills "cheaper" chipsets

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Get 'em while they last, folks... or not. ZDNet's reporting that Intel has killed the 910GL, 915GL and 915PL chipsets.

An Intel representative dismissed reports suggesting the company was exiting the low-end chipset business altogether but said the company was in the middle of making changes to its manufacturing plants to make way for more mobile-focused and high-performance products. Despite reports of which products would be phased out, Intel declined to officially state which chipsets would be put on the back burner.

 

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