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Second-generation Pentium III processor. Calpella , an unincorporated community in Mendocino County, California. OEM board for Gateway. Based on the EB Kawela controller chip. Based on the PI controller chip Tabor 3.
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Intel DEEA desktop motherboard. Intel DG41BI desktop motherboard.
Attaches via a PCIe x1 link. Willamette River or the Willamette Valley region of Oregon, where a large number of Intel manufacturing facilities are located. Pentium II Xeon processor, the first Xeon.
Join our community today! Supports one or two Pentium III processors. Reference unknown; see Rochester disambiguation for possibilities. Intel WCR2 two-socket workstation motherboard.
Single channel, single-band, Essentially half of a Light Ridge. No, create an account now. Intel SL   four-socket motherboards, aimed at rack servers. Based on the LSI E chip. Intel DP55WB desktop motherboard. The Core i,andthe Core i and Extreme Edition, and the Xeon series, all of which are quad-core except for the Xeon W and W, which are dual-core.
Developed jointly with Micron Corp. Originally intended as a stand-alone graphics product, but now relegated to HPC research projects.
NLX form factor, i chipset Camino. Intel SEBD2 two-socket server motherboard. Possibly named after SilverthorneColorado. Possibly named after Wylowaya settlement in the state of Georgia in United States. Supports two dual-core Xeon LV processors Sossaman.
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Intel YAE desktop motherboard. Banias was the last of the non-US city names. Based on the LSI chip. Intel DH61SA desktop motherboard.
Data protection engine in the Eaglelake chipsets. Slot 2NX chipset. Quad-core Xeon processor, the intended successor to Tulsa.
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This codename is sometimes applied to the BX chipset as well. CoupevilleWashington, USA.
First product to use Intel’s tri-gate transistors.