Sharky Extreme heeft de nieuwe Intel 810 chipset gereviewed. Hier heb je een pluk algemene info over de 810 chipset:
Being the first in a series of three mainboard core logic sets, the Intel 810 occupies the value segment of the new lineup. Later in the year, the 810e, and 820 chipsets will debut from Intel, both heralding the introduction of more advanced versions of the 810 geared towards the middle and high-end of the market segment, including Slot-1 machines.
The 810e will specifically add an integrated version of Intel's newest graphics accelerator (named i752) to the 810's basic i740 graphics powerplant.
The powerful 820 (Camino) chipset will be the AGP 4X host for the most advanced
Pentium III CPUs to appear in 1999, the .18mu 133MHz FSB 600+MHz Coppermine parts, and will NOT offer any type of integrated video solution.
For today we're looking at the Intel 810, which according to Intel has been designed to specifically "compliment the Celeron processor". What this means is basically a host of changes to the older 440EX and 440ZX chipsets, including support for the upcoming 100MHz FSB Celerons (beginning with the 500MHz variant of the series in late summer 99) and complete compatibility for the new UltraDMA/66 IDE storage peripheral communication format.