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Intel® Q965 Express Chipset for Embedded Computing: BriefProduct OverviewThe Intel® Q965 Express Chipset offers features that address key requirements of many embedded computing designs, including memory performance, graphics, manageability, responsiveness, noise reduction, and data protection. When combined with the Intel® Core™2 Duo processors E6400 or E4300, Pentium® Dual-Core processor E2160 or Celeron® processor 440, this impressive platform can help embedded equipment manufacturers deploy more responsive, high-performance, low-power systems for interactive clients (i.e., point-of-sale terminals and ATMs), industrial control and automation, gaming, digital security surveillance, and medical imaging applications.The Intel Q965 Express chipset consists of an updated Graphics Memory Controller Hub (GMCH) and I/O Controller Hub (ICH) available in two SKUs: Intel® I/O Controller Hub 8 (Intel® ICH8) and Intel ICH8 DO (digital office). The GMCH includes dual-channel DDR2 800 MHz memory technology—up to 12.8 GB/s of peak memory bandwidth—, Intel® Graphics Media Accelerator 3000, and Intel® Fast Memory Access. Both the Intel ICH8 and Intel ICH8 DO deliver outstanding system performance through high-bandwidth interfaces such as PCI Express*, Serial ATA, and Hi-Speed USB* 2.0 connectivity, while Intel® Quiet System Technology regulates system and processor fan speeds for noise reduction. Additionally, the Intel ICH8 DO features Intel® Matrix Storage Technology with RAID support, and Intel® Active Management Technology with system defense feature for remote, down-the-wire management of out-of-band networked systems.Read the full Intel® Q965 Express Chipset for Embedded Computing Product Brief.
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