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end of the Northbridge and Southbridge?

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Hey all,

I've been reading the news about Ivy Bridge on Tom's and with Intel cramming more stuff into their chips I had a simple question for the community:

Are we approaching the end of the Northbridge and Southbridge?
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Before Wichita APU was cancelled or delayed (it would've replaced Brazos as the low end x86 processing king), it was going to be a SoC (system-on-a-chip).

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