Intel's H67/P67 to Feature SATA 6 Gbit/s, But Not USB 3.0

Rob Williams

Staff member
According to fellow tech site VR-Zone, Intel's upcoming chipsets to be based around the company's Sandy Bridge processors will be called H67 and P67. The former will be for the affordable segment and the latter for the mainstream. If the "67" moniker is going to be utilized only for Sandy Bridge, it's unlikely there will be an enthusiast model, as Sandy Bridge isn't set to offer any truly high-end parts.


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Basket Chassis
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Why can I see Asus coming out with an Evo version and over charging people about $50?