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They called it the TH7 - FrostyTech.com They called it the TH7
Mon Jun 25, 2001 | 6:41P| PermaLink
"In order to control everything, we need a fast and stable chipset as there is no use of a fast processor and a speeding memory bus if the chipset is slowing everything down and acting as the main bottleneck. Just like any other currently available, the TH7 is using the Intel 850 (ICH2) chipset, which looks like a P3 core if you ask me. The good part on this chipset, and also on the Pentium4 architecture, is the fact that it uses a 400MHz front side bus, resulting is a (theoretical) fast response time. I'll discuss this matter more intensely when I get to the memory part so hang on ;). Apart from a high speed FSB, the Intel 850 chipset also has native support for AGP 4x video cards and of course UDMA100 devices in the form of two IDE channels. "
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