The nForce 2 chipset was announced by nVIDIA at the beginning of the summer, on July 18 to be exact and until about a month ago this chipset, which according to nVIDIA was supposed to be much better than VIA's KT400, was another product announced but not implemented אל
At the end of August, pictures of motherboards based on nForce 2 began to appear, starring the Asus A7N8X.
Slowly this board became a reality when Asus officially launched it, followed by many other companies, such as MSI, which recalled launching a nForce 2-based board only Yesterday.
nVIDIA chose to release the chipset to the market as the Athlon XP 2800 + exited, so that at the outset it was not compromised due to the "screen time" of the AMD processor.
It later emerged that the chipset does indeed fulfill nVIDIA promises and provides good performance, usually better than the rival VIA KT 400.
Digit Life today publishes a comparison of six nForce 2 boards from makers such as Asus, Abit, Chaintech, EPoX, LeadTek and MSI and puts them in front of Iwill's KK400 board based on KT400.
This is not an overview of the seven boards but rather a net comparison of tests, both games and dedicated tests, a conclusion that has already been made clear: KT 400 lagging behind nForce 2, and much.
Not only is the Iwill board the last in all tests, the differences between it and the nForce 2 boards are very significant and often amount to about 15%!