Friday, July 18th 2008

NVIDIA Slates nForce 730i MCP for August

This August, NVIDIA plans to release its latest desktop core-logic (chipset) for the current Intel platform processors, the nForce 730i MCP, also known as MCP7A. The MCP7A features a GeForce 9-series mGPU dubbed IGP. Two variants, the MCP7A-U with a GeForce 9400 graphics core and the MCP7A-S with GeForce 9300 are known so far. Both IGPs carry 16 stream processors, they differ in specifications such as the GeForce 9400 featuring a core frequency of 580MHz and shader frequency of 1500MHz, while the GeForce 9300 to be clocked at 450MHz and 1200MHz core and shader respectively. The MCP7A supports a FSB up to 1333MHz, dual-channel DDR2 or DDR3 memory, and PCI Express 2.0. The GPU is based on NVIDIA G86 graphics core, which supports DirectX 10 and Shader Model 4.0, supports HDMI, dual-link DVI, DisplayPort and D-sub connections. It will also support Hybrid SLI, PureVideo and CUDA technology.

Following the August launch, motherboard vendors could start shipping boards come September.Source: DigiTimes
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3 Comments on NVIDIA Slates nForce 730i MCP for August

#1
cdawall
where the hell are my stars
we already have these at BB HP uses them in one of there PC's it uses hybrid SLi with a 9300GS i'll get some SS when i go to work tomorrow
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#2
PCpraiser100
Hmmm, pretty good for the guy that don't power up much. I wonder if tri-sli will be available for AND processor anytime soon?
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