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Overclocking site Hard OCP has published details of up and coming announcements from Intel during the year. According to the story, Solano II and Camino II will be designated the 815e and the 820e, while a 1GHz Pentium III is slated for the third quarter of this year. The roadmap shows a 933MHz Pentiun III in June, although our information is that will arrive in May, while an 866MHz Pentium III will click in by the end of this quarter. Willamette and Foster are now likely to clock at 1.4GHz at launch time, said editor Kyle Bennett, while the 133MHz system bus will be the only speed available for the Pentium IIIs. (We think that's what Kyle means, his sentence is slightly ambiguous, he actually suggests there will be no 133MHz bus by the end of the year). The piece confirms our earlier story that Intel is shortly set to introduce 2+2 Camino (i820) mobos which can include both Rambus and SDRAM memories on the same planar. ® See also Intel 993MHz Pentium III slated for May Fresh Intel i820 chipset close to completion Willamette coming real soon now

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