NVIDIA decides to strengthen Intel's low-cost, low-cost solution for laptops, and is preparing an Atom chipset.
Recently we have seen NVIDIA is bringing out new chipsets with NVIDIA Launch of Apple Mobile Chipsets, And chipsets Intel Processor News, And decides to do so again with chipsets that support the Intel Atom processor, designed for netbooks, for mobile devices And ULPC (Ultra Low-cost Personal Computer). The new chipset will include support for SLI technology NVIDIA The xNUMX array has PCIe ports at x2 only.
The new chipset will rely on the familiar MCP7A chip, which of course supports basic features but also supports external graphics card and SLI technology, which enables the connection of a pair of cards NVIDIA In a single computer array. Basic features include support for DDR2 memory at speeds of 533 to 800 MHz, high-definition audio, 6 SATA II hard drive inputs, 12 2.0 USB ports, PCIe x1 port, FireWire port and network connection.
NVIDIA also plans to release a chipset based on the MCP79 chip designed for ultra-small pico-ATX and SFF computers. This chipset will have one channel of memory DDR3 And an integrated video card that supports ports HDMI And DVI. An exact date for the new chipsets is not yet available, but the speculations suggest a launch in the first half of 2009.