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Rumour A source with an interest in doing down Intel has told The Register that rev B1 of Camino i820 silicon has reached board manufacturers but it is still rather unwell. According to the source, who we know but who wishes to remain anonymous, rev B1 Camino drops dead when power is supplied to it. If this rather unremarkable problem is not just a minor glitch, that could mean we may not see Camino powered PCs until November, December, or even the year 2000. Intel does not comment on unannounced products. If any of our friends in Taiwan would like to confirm this new problem with Camino, we will be happy to keep their names out of the Intel hit list. ®

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