Originally set for a May debut, Intel is reportedly delaying the launch of its P45 chipset to June. The reason for the setback is apparently compatibility issues between the P45's PCI Express connections and unnamed graphics cards. Intel has notified its partners that the problem should only postpone the product another "2-4 weeks", though many motherboard makers see this as an opportunity to clear out their P35 inventory. Despite the delay, Intel will still announce the P45 chipset at Computex next month.

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