More Intel ‘Eaglelake’ secrets revealed
Eaglelake will initially come in three flavours – Eaglelake: P, G and Q. Along with support for Penryn, Yorkfield and Wolfdale processors, Eaglelake will set sail where Bearlake left off sporting features such as PCIe 2.0 and include an ICH10 south bridge.
Replacing the P35 Express, the Eaglelake-P supports dual PCIe 2.0 x16 slots, along with x8 signaling.
As the name suggests, the Eaglelake-G features integrated graphics. The DX10 complaint core boasts DVI, DisplayPort and HDMI output capabilities, along with H.264 and VC-1 decoding.
Eaglelake-Q is aimed to put a smile on most business user’s faces, among the many features included are Trusted Execution Technology and AMT 5.0.
Eaglelake is due for launch around Q2?2008, until then the missing pieces of the Bearlake puzzle will come to life.