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Well, looks like Microsoft has found a good scapegoat for its nasty Xbox 360 shortage with German chipmaker Infineon. Basically, the company is being blamed for not making enough chips at the right speed for the 360—many of them running slower than the required 700 megahertz. The problem, it seems, was all the time it took to sort out the good GDDR3 memory chips from the bad. Well, now you know.

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Infineon blamed for Xbox shortage fiasco [Inquirer]