Currently, CES (CA's Consumer Electronics Show) is one of the world's largest electronics exhibitions in Las Vegas, Nevada. Every company that is something in the hardware and computer world has opened a booth in the show where it showcases all its new innovations and technologies.
One of the biggest expectations was to see motherboards based on the NVIDIA NForce5 chipset for the Intel platform, and especially panels based on the SLI version of the evaluation. Despite the announcement by NVIDIA that such panels will not be displayed at the exhibition, a reporter for the British website TheInquirer found in the exhibition a prototype version of such a board and photographed it.
Notice the image of the new generation connections on the board and of course the two PCIe X16 slots that will finally enable NVIDIA SLI technology on Intel-based boards. In addition, note the existence of a southern bridge along the north bridge (cooled passive cooling), which did not exist in previous versions of the Nforce (due to the fact that NVIDIA used one chip in its chipsets for AMD processors).