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|CPU supported||Core 2 (Quad, Duo, Extreme)
Celeron (Core architecture)
|Socket supported||LGA 775|
|Fabrication process||65 nm|
|Release date(s)||June 5, 2008|
|Successor||P55 Express (for Core i5 CPUs)|
- 1333/1066/800 MT/s front-side bus (FSB), most motherboard manufacturers claim support up to 1600 MT/s.
- PCI Express 2.0, 1 ×16 or 2 ×8 in CrossFire configuration.
- Official support for dual channel DDR2 up to 800 MHz.However, most motherboard manufacturers claim support up to 1200 MHz.
- Support for up to 16 GB of DDR2 memory
- Official support for dual channel DDR3 up to 1066 MHz.However, most motherboard manufacturers claim support up to 1333 MHz.
- Support for up to 8 GB DDR3 memory
- ICH10 / ICH10R southbridge
- Supports 45 nm processors
- "Intel talks P45, G45 and X48". bit-tech.net. March 7, 2008.
- "Intel 4 Series Chipset Thermal and Mechanical Design Guidelines" (PDF). Intel. June 2008.
- "Intel to delay P45 chipset to mid-June". Digitimes. March 28, 2008.
- "MSI Shows off P45 Boards". Tom's Hardware UK. March 7, 2008.
- "Gigabyte Boards with P45 Chipset". Tom's Hardware UK. March 6, 2008.
- "Abit still ain't dead". Tom's Hardware UK. March 6, 2008.
- "Asustek And Gigabyte Gear Up For Intel P45 Chipset Launch". Tom's Hardware US. May 14, 2008.
- "Nehalem goes mainstream in Q4 2009". Fudzilla. May 19, 2008.
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