Heat problems continue to dog Intel, according to US reports. This time the difficulty is with notebook chips that support the MMX standard Intel is pushing, which will delay the introduction of 233MHz versions at the end of the year. The 233MHz Pentium-MMX product set, codenamed Tillamook, (suspected to be the name of another trout stream in the US, like Klamath and Merced), will use Klamath techniques but fit sideways into the notebooks rather than at an angle of 90 degrees, according to sources at a UK manufacturer.
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