Nvidia Working On A Chipset To Support Nehalem

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Graphics giant Nvidia is working on a new chipset that will support Intel's Nehalem processors. According to a report on Chinese technology website HKEPC, Nvidia are readying the silicon for the chipset which will support the Nehalem processors and Intel's DMI technology. Back in February, Nvidia said that Intel were trying to stop them from using the Direct Media Interface.
Intel said the matter is now being dealt with by the courts. "We tried many times to resolve the conflict but we couldn't resolve it. So we asked the courts to," said Intel spokesman Chuck Mulloy. "By the time something comes to market, hopefully we'll have some resolution".
Interesting times for the consumer, competition is always good. Discuss in the Forums.
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13-08-2009, 18:11:28

The dad of a friend of mine is a Informatics Professor at Buffalo University. He is in the middle of researching the relationship between playing technology-based games and how people think. It will only take about 10 minutes to fill in so please can you help him out in his research, please!



13-08-2009, 19:29:15

Entered :) The questions seem very focused on personal beliefs, neutrality and openmindedness though.

13-08-2009, 19:33:26

that is what it want to find out though haha

14-08-2009, 06:52:10

Keep us intouch with any results.

14-08-2009, 08:17:34

Done, alot of questions but worthwhile.

However I didnt like the lack of a "middle" option, as alot of those statements I wouldn't agree or disagree with them.

Though I suppose the lack of a "middle" option forces you to think more deeply.

15-08-2009, 14:09:55

Done,as said,pls let us know the results ;)

15-08-2009, 16:33:33

I will try get the results for you! Thanks all!

16-08-2009, 02:39:17

I Hunta x
just done, a few of the questions made me think

16-08-2009, 17:03:11

It is surprising as how one question asks you something and another question asks you something that is completely the opposite.
That doesn't make sense. :p O.o

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