Intel "Element" brings a fully module PC

News Intel "Element" brings a fully module PC


Feb 23, 2002
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Intel "Element" brings a fully module PC - Intel reveal a fully modular PC, without a traditional motherboard

Intel have showcased a new product, codenamed "Element", which combines PCIe cards to form a fully modular PC. This means a computer in the future could consist of a simple backplane with lots of PCIe slots, in to which different processing modules could be plugged in. For example, you may need an Intel Element CPU module (also containing memory modules) and then a selection of GPU, RAID and custom FPGA cards. This bypasses the need for a traditional motherboard and gives improved upgrade...

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