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Help to find info about Intel Advanced hub architecture

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by yav, Jul 19, 2006.

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  1. yav

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    Hi!

    Can anybody help me point out - there I can find more info about Intel AHA (advanced hub architecture) AKA Intel hub bus, which connect North and South bridges in new Intel chipsets? Intel chipset datasheets tell about it only a few words. No detailed specification, no protocol. And I couldn't find on http://developer.intel.com/ any service, to whom I can address my questions.

    Thank you in advance.
     
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  3. yav

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    Yes I can and I start, but there are no ways further from this place ....
     
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    Well it looks like Intel does not want anyone to know to much about this yet.Money,money,money. lol
     
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    It's very pity... and very strange. I don't think that Intel's AHA differ very much (in principle) from AMD HiperTransport technology, but AMD didn't make a secret from HIperTransport.
     
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