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News NVIDIA releases new chipset specs

Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by Da Dego, 11 Aug 2006.

  1. Da Dego

    Da Dego Brett Thomas

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    Intergrated graphics suck!
     
  3. Miser

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    Nice... :duh:

    That is a pretty nice featureset on the P version.

    There will be a big OEM market for chipsets like these when Vista rolls around.
     
  4. sadffffff

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    LOL
     
  5. Aankhen

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    Would it really be that expensive to include Gigabit ethernet on the lower-priced models? I honestly would like to know, since I'm not familiar with the price difference between a 10/100 NIC and a Gigabit NIC.
     
  6. Sim0n

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    Yes, because the business users that this chipset will be designed for, REALLY need 7900's to check their email and run office applications.

    Really, if you cant say anything sensible, just click log off.
     
  7. Brooxy

    Brooxy Like a boss (but not a boss)

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    QFT

    Anyway, it's a good spec, for people in the workplace, and for people who only use the PC for music, typing, and email, but not for the enthusiasts. And even some budget gamers would probably consider the P version, as the graphics are upgradable, and the boards are bound to be cheap
     
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