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100 MHz Mobile Chipsets

Posted on 1998-03-11
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I know that Intel is coming out with the Colfax configuration in Q2 1999, but would there be any other manufacturers that will support mobile Pentium IIs (using Slot-1 or the Mobile Module) running at 100MHz before q4 1998?
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the slot 1  is copyrighted by intel and there is via chipset that can run at 100 mhz and amd is going to develop own slot that use some patents from alpha, cyrix can only develop cpu's that will use intel slot1
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Nishi, Supermicro, ABit and Asus all announced quitely at Fall Comdec that they were working on configurations that they hoped to release late Q3 or early Q4 98 and hope to preview them at this years fall Comdec.
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