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A hardware site has blown the whistle on Intel's up and coming 810e chipset. HardOCP has come into possession of three Intel slides which outline key features of Intel's platform. As expected, the 810e will support the 133MHz front-side bus and will be pin-compatible with the 810. And again, it will support the S370 socket and Coppermine, when those processors start to appear. The slides appear to show support for PC133 as well as PC100 memory, while Intel has also pencilled in future support for USB 2.0. Intel, however, points out that the PC-133 support only comes with the graphics sub-system. We cannot expect to see PC-133 supported in the 810e. ®

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