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A number of motherboards using Intel's 810 chipset were announced over the course of last week and the first pictures of the form factor have started to appear. Jonathan Hou, at FullOn3D, kindly sent us a picture of a board showing the AMR (audio modem riser) which is one of the features of motherboards using the chipset. The audio modem riser is the small brown slot to the right of the PCI slots. Go here to view the motherboard. The picture is over 40K. ® See also Supermicro launches Whitney mobo Rioworks 810 mobo introduced i752 on the road 466MHz Celeron, 810 launched Intel has (late) designs on your graphics

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