"ASUS Computer is taking a leadership role in the advancement of the Pentium 4 platform by having one of the best P4 motherboards around with their P4T, and by being the first out of the gate with a board based on the newly
released I845 chipset from Intel. This new chipset lets users seeking cheaper forms of memory use plain ole' PC133 SDRAM, thus avoid costly RDRAM technology. While many have lauded at the cost to performance ratio of the Pentium 4 architecture, Intel is hoping that this new chipset will help blur the line between cost and performance."
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