When Intel does move, however, the whole PC market moves with it. For instance, we reviewed the original chipset with DDR support using an Intel board and weren’t too impressed with the performance. That means Intel’s dizzying array of P4 chipsets is about to grow by two. There are many good articles on the web right now which breath insight into what applications benefit from Hyper Threading, and which programs actually take a performance hit. Then they like to sip lemonade and kick back in the hammock for a few months. About Us Employment Privacy Policy.

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Intel’s PE and GE chipsets – The Tech Report – Page 1

What nitel the best tech product of ? Intel took the iE chipset and reworked the memory controller for MHz operations and again two new variations were released, the iPE and the iGE. Is it a board for the overclocker? Put it this way: LG HU85L projector needs but two inches to cast a 90″ picture.

Intel’s 845PE and 845GE chipsets

But I can tell you quite a bit about Pentium 4 chipsets overall, because we’ve lined up nine different configurations and tested them against one another to see who comes out on top. On a black PCB k845pe, for gosh sakes. In fact, Intel boards have been something of a problem for us, because their relatively low performance has made chipset comparisons like this one difficult.

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Intel Desktop Board D845PEMY – motherboard – micro ATX – Socket 478 – i845PE Series

Voldenuit It’s nice of Krogoth to fill in for Chuckula over the holidays. Intel named this chipset the i, and the name is still ibtel through into today’s chipsets. In celebration of the overwhelming use of the colour red on this motherboard, we here at PCStats.

Privacy policy and Terms of Use. Would I really spend a perfectly good weekend testing core-logic chipsets and making graphs? Neutronbeam Zak, you know you can’t validate any of the above details without first throwing Surveying Blue Mountain The biggest surprise of this whole experience for me has been playing with Intel’s new PE-based motherboard.

Have Intel started producing boards to appeal to the consumer that wants a bit more than their regular fare of solid but massively uninspiring motherboards? They like to hang back, make sure all the standards are finalized and the intsl is there before they do anything. Find other tech and computer products like this over at Amazon’s website.

Chipsets Previous page Next page. Find other tech and computer products like this over at Amazon Canada’s website. These chipsets add official support for DDR memory, though in the case of G, the chipset has been unofficially quite capable of running DDR memory since its launch. Click to find out more. If you are considering an upgrade to Intel ii845pe with this technology it would be a good idea to do a little investigating first, top of the line Pentium 4 processors i845ps still quite expensive.


The PE chipset addresses this shortcoming.

EPoX, being the company they are, have taken the best Intel chipset and placed it onto one of their feature packed motherboards. Let’s take a peek.

Intel DPEBT2 Blue Mountain 2 (PE): Intel’s Enthusiast Board

Beyond that, the features are familiar: On a more serio Should that be the case? IWill want ihtel catch your attention as you browse around the store shopping for a motherboard, and by colouring the PCB this bright colour they have built one of the flashiest motherboards around – I mean even the PCI and AGP slots are red!

Then, shortly thereafter, we were forced to reconsider once we got our hands on Abit’s implementation. The i was given inte, FSB control option and two variations were available; the iE, which was the i B step with FSB, and the iG, which added Intel’s Internal graphics adapter for value end boards this controller is similar to the i chipset.

When Intel does move, however, the whole PC market moves with it.

This board, dubbed “Blue Mountain” internally at Intel, looks like something out of Taiwan, not a typical mobo from Intel’s button-down desktop board division. With this being limited to a 2.