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- Intel offers software patches for PCI bug. // Electronic News (10616624);8/21/95, Vol. 41 Issue 2079, p17
Comments on Intel's solution for a bug in a PCI controller chip used on the company's motherboards. The possibility that the bug will cause data corruption in later versions of the 32-bit multitasking OS/2 and Linux operating systems; Details.
- Choosing an... Intel motherboard. // Computer Shopper;Apr2014, Issue 314, p72
The article offers information on what factors should be considered while opting for a motherboard from Intel Corp. including existence of built-in graphics chipsets, for maximum data storage the availability of SATA2 and SATA3 ports and in built optical or coaxial S/PDIF output.
- Is Intel already commoditizing the P5? Seymour, Jim // PC Week;1/10/94, Vol. 11 Issue 1, p66
Discusses computer market analyst Bill Gurley's comments on Intel's emergence as a major supplier of Pentium motherboards. Intel's worries about the arrival of the Power-PC chip in 1994; Bugs in its first release of the PCI-bus chip set; Concept of commoditization; Effects of its decision on...
- Intel tests OSes, posts fix for EIDE errors. Crothers, Brooke // InfoWorld;8/21/95, Vol. 17 Issue 34, p12
Reports that Intel Corp. has produced a work-around for its motherboards designed to solve data integrity problems that have been cropping up with certain operating systems and EIDE controllers. Defects discovered in Intel's old motherboards.
- If Intel knows all the answers, then why can't they change gold into tin? Cringely, Robert X. // InfoWorld;5/15/95, Vol. 17 Issue 20, p94
Discusses the problems with Intel's PCI motherboards based on the Triton chip set. Failure to support Windows 95 well; Use of gold-plated SIMMS in Tin-plated SIMM sockets; Related problems about computers.
- Intel is putting the squeeze on motherboard business. Boudette, Neal // PC Week;5/15/95, Vol. 12 Issue 19, p105
Reports on Intel Corp.'s plans to solidify its rule in the motherboard business. Plans for the release of a board design in the fall 1995 that is expected to emerge as the standard for multimedia computers; Forecasts of a near-monopoly by Intel; Decline of company's share in the motherboard...
- Intel tries to stabilize its motherboards. Taschek, John // eWeek;6/3/2002, Vol. 19 Issue 22, p53
Reports the release of motherboards by Intel Corp. in the U.S. Stability of the motherboards; Features of the motherboards; Technique for maintaining the stability of the motherboards.
- Intel offers to replace faulty PC motherboards. Uimonen, Terho // InfoWorld;05/15/2000, Vol. 22 Issue 20, p29
Announces the offer of Intel Corp. to replace faulty personal computer motherboards in May 2000. Details on the faulty component; What prompted the action; How users can determine if their systems are affected.
- INTEL HAS THE INGREDIENTS FOR A WINNING SERVER. // InfoWorld;4/1/2002, Vol. 24 Issue 13, p18
Reports on the server building blocks from Intel Corp. Description of the motherboard; Details on the Intel software tool called SMaRT; Discussion on the integrated health monitoring and system management features of Intel motherboards.