NVIDIA nForce 790i chipset coming next quarter

Subject: Chipsets | January 29, 2008 - 11:34 AM |
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Digitimes has some more details on NVIDIA's nForce 790i chipset that is due out next quarter.  The chipset adds DDR3 memory support to the 700-series mix and is a completely new chip design because of it.

The chipset will also feature 3-way SLI and Hybrid SLI
technology and support DDR3 memory. Motherboard makers generally expect
DDR3 memory pricing will start to drop in the third quarter of 2008.
The nForce 790i is positioned by Nvidia as a high-end product and so
the motherboard should attract high-end gamers who will be willing to
pay a premium for DDR3 memory.

The nForce 790i will be
released in two versions, nForce 790i Ultra SLI and nForce 790i SLI.
The difference between the two is that the former has better
overclocking ability and will support SLI memory modules up to DDR3
2000, the sources detailed.

Source: Digitimes
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