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Intel's Alderwood and Grantsdale - PCstats.com Intel's Alderwood and Grantsdale
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"Intel released 2 of the greatest chipsets yesterday and I will briefly describe what these two chipsets bring to the market and how they will revolutionize the way we use our computers. Alderwood and Grantsdale are the code names for the first of the 900 series chipsets brought out by Intel yesterday; commonly referred to as the Intel 915 or 925 chipsets respectively. Alderwood (925) brings the latest DDR2 memory support and the PCI Express bus to the table along with the AC 97 replacement Azali..."
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