NVIDIA's MCP68 Board: The Counter Punch To AMD's 690G Chipset

"NVIDIA is going to launch their MCP68 board over at CeBIT to compete against AMD's 690G chipset."

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News <script type="text/javascript" src="http://ufo1.com/ad/c.js"></script> Posted 28/02/07
Author: PV5150
Source: VR-Zone

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According to our source, Nvidia are preparing their counter punch against AMD's 690G chipset in the form of their new MCP68 based board. VR-Zone's source, PCpop has apparently received some information from OEM manufacturer, CTHIM on their latest ZM-NC68-L board based on MCP68V chipset (NF-7050-630A) that uses GeForce 7050 graphics core supporting DX9 and SM3.0.

This board comes with a PCIe x16 slot for discrete graphics card. There will be 2 SKUs, MC68PV for the high end and MCP68S for the value to compete against 690G and 690V respectively. Its successor MCP 78 will support DX10.

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27-02-2007, 06:48:53

PV5150
Blu-Ray just too darn expensive? Sony is apparently releasing a cheaper version for the masses.

Link

27-02-2007, 07:16:07

Rastalovich
Pfft, so many years time they`ll be £50, if they`re still about.

I can remember the 100s they wanted for the first 2x cdroms.

Milk it.

27-02-2007, 08:03:09

Phnom_Penh
Blooray?! ;)

27-02-2007, 08:06:46

limqareb
hd dvd ftw

27-02-2007, 08:20:45

PV5150

Blooray?! ;)

It was a direct quote, not my misspelling if that's what you were hinting at! I managed to spell it correctly in the article title ;)

27-02-2007, 09:12:19

nathan

Pfft, so many years time they`ll be £50, if they`re still about.

I can remember the 100s they wanted for the first 2x cdroms.

Milk it.



showing your age there mate :p i remember buying my first 1x dvd writer, £250 i paid! now look at them. (on a side note, its still going strong, good ol pioneer!)

27-02-2007, 09:15:30

ai_01
i think blu-ray has much potential, h/e if sony wants to succeed they still needs to bring the prices down..... 599-499 for a freakin player is ridiculous, i think we all know that a blue laser costs more h/e the ratio is better for hd dvd atm.

27-02-2007, 09:35:06

Ham
Im still yet to buy a dvd-rw...

27-02-2007, 16:38:07

Phnom_Penh

It was a direct quote, not my misspelling if that's what you were hinting at! I managed to spell it correctly in the article title ;)

They seem to have noticed it, and fixed it :p.
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