The new NVIDIA chip for Intel processors, the nForce 4 SLI Intel Edition, will probably not support Intel's 820 processor, according to new information. This processor is a dual-core Intel series, and runs on 2.8Ghz. Earlier, a notice was released on the ASUS motherboard manufacturer's website confirming that 820 will work as a single-core processor on the P5ND2-SLI Deluxe board, but this message has been removed. A spokesman for NVIDIA confirmed that the company had decided not to add support for this processor, due to low demand in the market to which NVIDIA targets. However, NVIDIA will still support the other dual-core, that is, those operating at a frequency of 3.0Ghz or higher. Tests conducted by the X-bit labs showed stability problems when the 820 processor was used on the NVIDIA reference board and the ASUS P5ND2-SLI Deluxe board. However, when using the Extreme Edition 840 processor, there were no such problems.