Re: WyreTheWolf Competition with Nvidia's dual channel nForce2 for AMD forced Intel to produce a dual channel chipset of their own, Granite bay. Granite bay was released for the holiday rush as an interim solution while waiting for Canterwood. Granite bay has a flawed AGP implementation, but no recall was offered. If you want Dual Channel with AGP 8x, you buy an Nforce2 or wait until Canterwood. Dual Channel DDR has only recently become available for Intel products... as they were under contract to produce RAMBUS boards.... (do you remember the huge stink over RDRAM?) Huge potetial, too bad about the Latency........ DDRII will probably be an excellent match for Intel processors.