Today at Computex, Intel has formally launched their updated x45-series chipsets, which is able to seemingly be the last major thought chipset launch from Intel on the Core two platforms as we all know it these days. The names and specifications of those product are reported and reported for the past few months, though these days everything is ready in stone and product square measure commencing to popular in the market. This product after launching can structure the lion’s share of Intel’s chipset lineup till their next generation high-end X58 chipset launches with the Core 2’s successor.
While all of those new chipset products that is being launched these are supported constant design. Those four products measure the G45 specific, G43 specific, P45 specific, and P43 specific. As silent by this naming schema, these four product square measure terribly move on terms of options, capabilities, and performance. The P45 and P43 measure the “high-end” and “low-end” models that don't have integrated graphics support, similarly the G45 specific and G43 specific are the “high-end” and “low-end” models that do have Intel’s new integrated graphics engine, the X4500 / X4500HD.