Atom Z, Z, and Z processors, aimed at smartphones and tablets. Planned as part of the Santa Rosa platform, but later dropped. Based on the PM Moab controller chip. Pentium II Xeon processor, the first Xeon. Possible named after Braidwood, Illinois. Intel DG33FB desktop motherboard. Intel’s “next-generation communications platform,” a scheme for network processing.
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Intel DEEA desktop motherboard. Intel SAI2 server motherboard. Intel EB Ethernet controller.
Intel DG41AN desktop motherboard. Intel SEEP2 two-socket server motherboard. Reference unknown; see Fork disambiguation for possibilities. Based on the LSI chip.
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Intel DH67CF desktop motherboard. PuducherryIndia, formerly known as Pondicherry. Itanium series, the eighth-generation Itanium. Let’s start the tests with calculations – they depend mostly on the CPU and pretty indifferent to the memory speed. Safari Chrome IE Firefox. Intel BBFX two-socket server motherboard.
Chipsst for enterprise-ready two-socket motherboards based on the Xeon E Jaketown processor and the C Patsburg chipset. Canceled in favor of Arrandale.
Intel DQGF desktop motherboard.
Reference unknown; see Gallatin disambiguation for possibilities. Or maybe, it’s the right time for cheap chips from Intel?
Intel PI Ethernet controller. As Intel’s development activities have expanded, this nomenclature has expanded to Israel and Indiaand some older codenames refer to celestial bodies. Intel SECW2 two-socket server board. Probably named after Mount Katmaia volcano in the Katmai Park in Alaska, the site of a colossal eruption.
A small town in El Dorado County, California. Also spelled Larsen Creek. Supports Xeon series processors Lynnfield. Based on the EB Oplin controller chip.
Probably named after Gallaway, California. Cjipset CountyOregon or, more likely, Deschutes Riverwhich runs through it. Used with Pentium 4 CPUs.
Intel i865/i865P/i865PE/i865G/i848P chipset motherboard based Award BIOS IDs
Intel XAT2 Ethernet controller. Reference unknown; see Kedron disambiguation for possibilities. Intel ER Ethernet controller. First product to use Intel’s tri-gate transistors. Dual-core and quad-core Atom processors aimed at a wide range of applications.
Intel DP67BG enthusiast desktop motherboard.