A motherboard set to house one of Intel's Nehalem desktop processors (codenamed Bloomfield) has been pictured. Cutting to the chase, four memory slots (three being blue, representing triple-channel memory) sit at the top of the board above the LGA 1366 socket. A heatsink covers the ICH10 southbridge, while the Tylersburg northbridge remains bare. The socket 1366, err, socket looks very similar to its predecessor (socket 775), although looks a bit more robust.

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