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

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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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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