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466MHz Celeron and 810 come next week, remember?

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US company Supermicro said it will shortly release four 810 (Whitney) motherboards in the near future. Intel officially releases the 810 chipset on April 26th. (See story: 466MHz Celeron, 810 chipset due April 26) Two of the motherboards support Slot One, while the other two offer support for the 370-pin PPGA Celeron. The motherboards have dual support for 66/100MHz front side buses, and also include the audio modem riser technology. They also come with Wake-on-Lan, modem repote wake up and better system management, said Supermicro. Three of the boards include an on-board 4Mb display cache. No prices were available at press time. ® See also Intel 810, 810e and 820 chipset spex leak out Celeron Slot Ones dead

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