Technews heeft een nieuwsposting over de foute Intel Whitney chipsets met SVGA display probs:
Intel acknowledged it shipped some defective 810 chip sets to its customers, but said it now has corrected the problem.
A very limited number of its low-end 810 chip-set shipments were involved in what Intel called the "production-test escape issue."
The flawed 810 chip sets may not boot properly. Ones that do boot will not load the graphics drivers properly and will supply only VGA for PC display mode. They will not support Super VGA, a refined version of VGA that provides enhanced resolution.
Intel, in Santa Clara, Calif., has addressed the issue so the current production of 810 chip sets is problem-free, a spokesman said. The company notified its customers and will replace flawed 810 chip sets. Intel is providing its customers with a test to screen their 810 chip sets for the problem.