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NVIDIA to Launch MCP7A and MCP7C IGP Chipsets in the Coming Months

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    With the MCP73 failing to pose a strong challenge to the Intel 3-series, NVIDIA will launch IGP (integrated graphics processing) versions of its MCP7A and MCP7C chipset series for the Intel platform. Launching in April the MCP7A will have two IGP versions, the MCP7A-U and MCP7A-S, both of which will support Intel 1333MHz FSB, dual-channel controller, Hybrid SLI, DirectX 10, HDMI, DVI, HDCP, and PureVideo HD. The MCP7C to be unveiled in August will support Intel 1333MHz FSB and feature a single-channel memory controller supporting a maximum speed of DDR2-800. It will also feature HDMI, DVI, HDCP, and PureVideo HD. Hybrid SLI technology is not mentioned as supported. DigiTimes also indicates that free on board (FOB) prices for motherboards based on the MCP7A-U will be about US$80, while motherboards based on the MCP7A-S will be priced in the US$70-75 range.

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