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MUYA
02-28-05, 09:25 AM
http://www.nvnews.net/#1109600684

saturnotaku
02-28-05, 10:36 AM
Hopefully this chipset will give Intel themselves a run for their money. VIA has never been competitive on the Pentium side, and SiS seems to have fallen off the face of the earth.

bkswaney
02-28-05, 05:36 PM
This makes me Happy Happy Happy. :afro2:

It's about time Nvidia jumped on the intel wagon.
There's way to much money the intel way. ;)

Maybe nvidia can find some more performance in the P4. :angel:
I like the P4 6xx line. It's my next chip.
Or if I can hold out maybe a dual core.

jAkUp
02-28-05, 07:54 PM
Finally some good competition for intel boards :) Good news for all of us.

FastM
02-28-05, 08:45 PM
Does Dell use anything other than Intel chipset motherboards?

JoKeRr
02-28-05, 09:33 PM
i think dell use everything intel exclusively, although they do design their own mobo and write their own bios (so u can't overclock). I want to see if HyperTransport will be able to eliminate some of the latencies for the p4 chipset, might really help with the overall performance with the HT implimentation. guess we'll find out.

saturnotaku
03-01-05, 12:37 AM
Nooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo. There's goes the stability of P4 chipsets right out the window. :thumbdwn:

I know I sound like an anti nForce zealout, but I love my Intel Chipsets. 100% stability and compatibility and no driver updates........ever. :cool:

Um, just because NVIDIA is entering the market doesn't mean Intel is going to go away. The future is plenty bright in that regard. And by the way, Intel releases its fair share of driver updates. You simply haven't needed to install them.

Daneel Olivaw
03-01-05, 10:29 AM
Can you run Linux on one core and Windows on the other. The answer is yes, and each one will be able to be threaded.
http://www.theinquirer.net/?article=21486
WTF? Any1 got thoughts on this?