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[tcMag] Intel P45 pushed back to end of Q2

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Since Intel's latest top of the tops, the X48 chipset has been delayed for a couple of months its little bother, the P45 apparently could not stand being on time so it will also arrive later than initially predicted.

Previously set to land in stores in May, the P45 and motherboards powered by it, which have already been showcased at CeBIT, are not set for a June, post-Computex delivery. It seems a problem with the graphics port was the reason for the delay
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post #2 of 15
How the hell do u find this news ..

My God!

INSANE!

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post #3 of 15
(bad reply)
top of the line products and mid-range are sometimes or always late (but not all)
reasons may vary of course
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linskingdom must be working for Interpol or something... I guess x48 is the way to go till P45 is out, with regards to Intel's chipsets.
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wasn't planning on buying one anytime soon anyway hehe. +rep
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Originally Posted by yannis7777 View Post
linskingdom must be working for Interpol or something... I guess x48 is the way to go till P45 is out, with regards to Intel's chipsets.
X48 and P45 are two different beasts. If you have or can afford a X48 now, you won't need a P45.
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X48 and P45 are two different beasts. If you have or can afford a X48 now, you won't need a P45.
Exactly
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DigiTimes reported that Intel is delaying the launch schedule of its P45 chipset from originally in May to mid-June due to compatibility problem between the PCI Express x16 port and graphics cards. The problem should be solved and ready to launch 2-4 weeks behind the original launch schedule. One source told VR-Zone that P45 boards might not necessary delayed till mid June but should expect the boards to hit retail by late May. Another source told us that there is no delay on their part and we can expect to see P45 boards by early May. Let's see who is right.
http://vr-zone.com/articles/Intel_P4...rack/5681.html
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Originally Posted by DuckieHo View Post
X48 and P45 are two different beasts. If you have or can afford a X48 now, you won't need a P45.
What i meant was that until the p45 is out, there is only the option of x48 in relation to new Intel chipsets. I know they are different and i guess it would be pointless to replace an x48 with a p45 or vice versa. Sorry if i didn't make it sound perfectly clear my fault. Once the p45 is out we will just have a few more choices...this was my point in short....
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Delay again? I was waiting P45 for my new rig but I just go ahead to get a P35 instead
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