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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of chipsets

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of chipsets:

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  1. Look at all those connectors, and yes, those are fans on the chipsets
  2. plural chipsets
  3. chipsets.
  4. I'm confident that it's gonna be one of the fastest chipsets
  5. chipsets) joined hand with university of cambridge
  6. no chipsets available
  7. aimed at Via's current chipsets and any future processors.
  8. This meant that the companies that previously made their money licensing and selling 3dfx chipsets
  9. chipsets they need to be compatible with?
  10. It was supposed to be one of the only chipsets to give the iPad a run for its money, but
  11. and Intel for chipsets, Apple has its own team of engineers to work on proprietary designs
  12. of the iPhone and iPod touch that were manufactured by Samsung. These chipsets integrated a single
  13. might be wondering why Apple developed four separate chipsets, and its because Apples
  14. the first of Apples chipsets to be manufactured by both Samsung and TSMC, and this caused
  15. are the chipsets used in the Apple Watch. They have a customized application processor
  16. in 2016 with the Apple S1P and the Apple S2. Both chipsets were upgraded to dual-core processors
  17. will use future versions of the W series chipsets since it is so versatile and can be integrated
  18. these are just cheap Chinese chipsets repackaged to be sold as Switch accessories.
  19. I DON'T think that was originally on the cheap Chinese chipsets to begin with.
  20. It might sound scummy that these chipsets are marked up, but hey, it's your only option.