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Intel Eaglelake Chipset & Boards Details

We've gotten some details on Intel's up-and-coming Eaglelake chipset, and what the motherboards featuring these chipsets should be offering. Along for the ride are some new acronyms which everyone typically forgets about after the 2nd week.

Intel has revealed some information on the management and security features of the Eaglelake chipset. New technologies such as Intel Active Management Technology (AMT) v5.0, VT for Directed I/O (VT-d), Trusted Execution Technology (TXT), Trusted Platform Module (TPM) 1.2, "Danbury" Technology and FIS-based port multipliers are to be available on Eaglelake-P, G and Q chipsets w/ ICH10 slated for Q2 2008.

Eaglelake

Intel Desktop Board based on Eaglelake-P is codenamed Skyberg featuring dual x8 PCIe instead of the current x16/x4 PCIe on the Bearlake chipsets although ASUS has already managed to re-route some circuitry on their Blitz boards to make it dual x8. Another Intel Desktop Board codenamed Icedale is based on Eaglelake-G chipset that supports integrated HDMI, DX10 and Intel Clear Video technology. Fly Creek is another Eaglelake-G board for ultra SFF. Lastly, we have Cube Cove and Eklo based on Eaglelake-Q chipsets for uATX and uSFF.

EL boards

PCI Express 2.0 discrete graphics will be interesting, and HD-DVD/Blu-Ray support welcomed we think.

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17-04-2007, 09:48:20

Kempez
And quite a few of the mods are busy or not around - Dave is busy with exams tho he's been a round for a couple weeks.

Frags been moving house and had a bit of a difficult time of it so once again it's hard to arrange stuff

Hell me and Jimbo are always on MSN - just need to chat to us.

Let's have a mod meeting guys and gals

I think geek toys and PC tech go hand in hand. Let's face it we're not Xs and we can't just focus on clocking, though we can as much as possible.

I think (aside from the shocking domain name), the gadget website is cool and interesting

17-04-2007, 09:49:51

FragTek
Originally I thought that with my new job and everything I would get very little time to post. Come to find out it's actually helped. I've been able to get more forum time in than I have in over a year. It's great!

Being able to peruse the forums throughout the day from work is a God-send!

17-04-2007, 09:51:02

PV5150


And I call for a mod weekend within the next 2 weeks, we haven't had one in so damn long. Good chance for me to test out Skype via satellite :p

ROFL always an ulterior motive. Seriously though, I'm always up for one and I have always been keen to keep them regular. I haven't missed a mod meeting yet!

17-04-2007, 09:54:18

FragTek
Much easier for me to attend now that I don't work weekends. I still go to my parents house on Sundays to do laundry though. Not much longer on that as I should have my washer/dryer within a few weeks.

17-04-2007, 10:03:13

PV5150
Right now let's strike while the iron is hot and attempt to nail down a day (preferably weekend) and time.

17-04-2007, 10:25:32

Dav0s
aye im busy with exams but if i get given a time/date i can usually make it. im flexbile :)

as for the whole gadgets thing, i sort of sit on the fence. anything to bring new members is a bonus, but i think this is very off topic for an overclocking forum. yeah our members have other interests such as remote control gear, but there is no need to become a forum for everything, i mean we wdnt team up with a car sales company even though some of our members are into cars etc...

i think its a great idea, which could probably be done more as a 1 off sort of thing.... like a competition to win some RC gear would definately send people to their site, and ours. is there really a need to setup a whole forum for them?

im sure this partnership has LOTS of potential, but i dont think it is perfect atm. im sure a mod chat can sort this out.

what about saturday morning, bout 11/12am UK time?

17-04-2007, 10:28:16

PV5150
Agreed, I'll make the time for a mod chat. 11-12 am UK will be fine here

17-04-2007, 10:36:28

llwyd
ooo a mod chat

I'm sure I can make time for one on the weekend.

As for the gadget thing I too was hovering over the infraction button but I kinda wanted one so I hung back.

I do think a vote would've been a good idea before any sort of partnership though, just to see how many of our current users give a t0ss

Like dave said though, if it brings in users who have a side interest in PCs then two thumbs up

17-04-2007, 10:39:25

Dav0s
by the way, i mentioned to jim...

my mate bought the exact same model helicopter thing last week, it didnt take off and was extremely shoddy tbh. not sure if this matters at all, but just letting you know...

17-04-2007, 10:51:20

FragTek
I think I could work a 12pm UK time chat. I have to move on Saturday (the BIG move) so I'll be pretty much tied up. But that would put it @ 7am my time, I should be able to do that, then start the move afterwards.

Lets shoot for 12 if possible :)
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