A Chipset With Great Graphics Grafted On & More

Subject: Graphics Cards | September 20, 2005 - 06:56 PM |
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Integrated video cards on Nforce4 are here.  

 The GeForce 6100 is a 425MHz chip and the 6150 a 475MHz chip with added features, like a TV encoder.  The Tech Report has the full story, head on over.

"Today NVIDIA is announcing a new K8 chipset family that brings GeForce 6 graphics to the nForce4

platform. The chipset family is made up of a pair of interchangeable north and south bridge

chips, with the former sporting DirectX 9-glass integrated graphics derived from NVIDIA's GeForce

6 series. Integrated graphics is so important to NVIDIA's new north bridge chips that rather than

being branded with the nForce name, the new chips have been dubbed GeForce 6150 and GeForce 6100.

Read on for more details on NVIDIA's new core logic."


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