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Once again, our friends at JC's pages have struck lucky. This time, they found some information on a Japanese site which is particularly interesting about the Xeon/III and managed to get it translated. According to the information, the Pentium III/Xeon in four way systems will eventually use a 133MHz bus. But Intel is having problems with using four CPUs at 133MHz at present. Intel also has a problem with its 1Mb and 2Mb versions of the III/Xeon, according to the report. In early 2001, the Foster product with integrated L2 cache will ship. And while we're on the subject of Japanese web sites, we noticed that our friends at Happy Cat have some info about the BX-II chipset but our Japanese is so rudimentary we cannot figure it out. ®

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