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A faithful Intel watcher has pointed out to us that the company has just placed a URL on its site which seems to indicate Geyserville technology has slipped by a whole quarter of a year, in one day. This is the offending URL Yesterday, we reported that Geyserville was likely to arrive in Q1 of the year 2000, quoting a source so close to Intel that he or she might very well work for the chip giant. (Story: Geyserville delayed until post-Ma Shipton period) Our feeling about the whole affair is that Intel is re-jigging its entire roadmap in order to bowl a googly (UK cricket term) and knock off AMD's Athlon bails. Never mind What the Hell...is Geyserville. When the Hell...is Geyserville? ®

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