Despite rumors last week that motherboard manufacturers were shunning the RD600 chipset for fear of some sort of backlash from Intel, ATI is claiming the Conroe-Compatible RD600 chipset will roll-out as planned next month. According to the story on Digitimes, however, ATI's bus license only allows for official support of 1066MHz and lower bus speed, which could limit the chipset's long-term appeal as Intel has plans to introduce a 1,333MHz FSB during the first half of next year.
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