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    Intel explains Claremont

    http://semiaccurate.com/2012/12/20/i.../#.UNTgD5dRofA

    Yippee! DOSBox just became obsolete Now, which box maker would release a PC with SB16+WB and VESA SVGA running up to 1280?1024 with DVI/HDMI/DP output?
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    You think they'll sell this? I figured this was just an experiment done for learning, not to sell a product.

    But hey, if there's a market for it... they did after all sell the 386 until just a few years ago, and you can still buy 'em fresh from whomever got the license to make them. I think.

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    Unfortunately, I doubt they would sell in enough quantity to warrant starting a line for them. My comment was tongue-in-cheek.
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    Quote Originally Posted by toughluck View Post
    http://semiaccurate.com/2012/12/20/i.../#.UNTgD5dRofA

    Yippee! DOSBox just became obsolete Now, which box maker would release a PC with SB16+WB and VESA SVGA running up to 1280?1024 with DVI/HDMI/DP output?
    Yup, nothing like a gaming rig where each memory CHIP, not DIMM, takes many times the wattage of the CPU.

    -Charlie

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