CENTRINO IS ABOUT 2 ENTER DESKTOP

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    Many companies like MSI, ASUS, AOPEN, DFI (already launched) its centrino line of mobo's which will use DOTHAN core centrino processors and will beat out many performance CPU'S including many Prescotts and many Athlon 64s. Intel is also soon about 2 launch centrino 4 desktops.
    They all will hav massive 2 MB L2 Cache and alongwith WIFI-A. Enjoi wireless connectivity on ur PC. and did i told they all will have 64-bit capability. Now this is really cool as Intel finally realized that Ghz doen't sells but performance does. Let's check out intel pricing startegy. I am eagerly waiting as they "ll have PCI-e *16 slot as well and socket 479 boards wud also b available. one thing more that these really do keep temperatures down a lot.
     
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    U know that intel is realizing the fact that GHZ can't affect the performance a lot ur self but there are many things else as well.
     
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    Aopen already released a Motherboard which brings Pentium M Dothon to desktop with 855PM chipset, dam cool but old technology, not even SATA
     
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    yes its old. but it "ll soon shift to newer technologies as soon as intel experimental launch b'cums a success.
     
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