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ATI is going to start making chipsets also. It seems that they really want to fight nVidia(and their nForce).

"ATI has held open the prospect of a PC chipset for some time - ever since it was granted a Pentium 4 bus licence by Intel. That deal, plus ATI's desire to compete with nForce, the Athlon-oriented chipset from arch-rival Nvidia, suggested that ATI's part would support Intel processors.

However, internal AMD roadmaps revealed in October that the chipset, codenamed A3, will support AMD's Athlon and Duron chips, a fact confirmed by the First International demo board."


Here is the link for the complete article:
http://www.theregister.co.uk/content/3/22921.html
 
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