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A report from Fudzilla on Friday said Intel is preparing to launch its Z68 Express chipset, which had previously been rumored to launch sometime in May, on Wednesday, May 11.
Intel has said its Z68 LGA 1155 chipset will support its new Sandy Bridge Core integrated graphics processors, including built-in memory capability in addition to CPU and GPU cores running on a single die. The chipset will allow end users looking to add high-end performance capability for their compute-intensive as well as graphics-intensive workloads to over-clock their Sandy Bridge products and meet their specific compute needs.
Intel in January launched its Sandy Bridge integrated graphics processor platform, which feature Core i7 2600K and Core i5 2500K processors with unprecedented access to system clock settings.