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Updated We asked Intel at the SpeedStep press launch about the unannounced products and the URLs in our original story (see below) and almost as soon as we asked, the URLs seemed to become the disappeared. However, your Reg, undaunted, still has the publicly available knowledge in the bag. There are two updated URLs we have, which we point to below. Grab them quick readers, they won't last long after this update. We have copies and will look closely at the pages tomorrow. The first revisited page is now at this Intel page The second is now here, pro tem. Grab them quick, as in now. This is the desperation derby... ® Original Story Ask Intel about unannounced chips and chipsets and you will get the standard line from the firm. "We don't comment on unannounced products". Thank goodness, then, for the wonderful world of the Internet, where things crop up on Web sites before the marketing people can suppress them. And so we are grateful to one reader which has pointed us to this Read Me file, found at Chipzilla's site,which makes reference to a number of up and coming chipsets which we know about, but not officially. There was another reference to these "unannounced chipsets" on the Intel site too. It was also well worth a look but now seems to have gone awol...still we caught it in time... Intel is more than likely to delete the site soon enough, but while it's still there, check out information on the Solano, Timna, Greendale, 810-M, Colusa and Tehama chipsets, with some very technical information, to boot. We've taken a copy and will tax our contacts on the meaning of all this stuff later on, at the SpeedStep press conference. ®

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