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    By Vangie Beal :  May 23, 2003

    Intel has been moving quickly on the dual-channel DDR front, and their impressive i875P chipset blew the doors off with its high-end performance. The only problem is that these motherboards also come with a high-end price tag to match. Intel has solved this with the i865/Springdale line of chipsets, and finally brought this high-end technology into the mainstream market.

    Related Article: Intel 865PE Springdale Chipset Review


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