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Introduction and Specification Overview

NVIDIA is finally ready with their first offering for the Intel platform. They have been at work on this longer than you might think, and they are promising to be the fastest option on the Intel front. Did they do it on their first try?

NVIDIA Announces nForce4 SLI Intel Edition

Subject: Chipsets | April 5, 2005 - 09:00 AM |
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Here's the official PR on the new Intel-based NVIDIA chipset.  You can read my chipset preview here.

NVIDIA To Re-enter Integrated Graphics Market for AMD

Subject: Chipsets | March 16, 2005 - 10:57 AM |
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It looks like FIC may have spilled some beans at CeBit this year, as they had a motherboard at the booth touting the use of an "NVIDIA C51G" chipset. 

While NVIDIA is tight-lipped over the core-logic code-named C51, some details about the chipset are still available. The C51G is a two-chip value solution for AMD Athlon 64 market.

Source: X-Bit Labs

ATI Launches Industry's Most Powerful DirectX 9 Integrated Chipset for Intel Platforms

Subject: Chipsets | March 11, 2005 - 12:26 PM |
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Today ATI is announcing their new Radeon XPress 200 chipset for the Intel platform.  It isn't going to be aimed at the hgh end enthusiast market like the current Xpress 200 chipset for the Athlon 64 platform is, but some manufacturers may end up going that route.

MARKHAM, Ontario--(BUSINESS WIRE)--March 11, 2005-- ATI Technologies Inc.

NVIDIA Announces Naming of nForce4 SLI Intel Edition

Subject: Chipsets | March 10, 2005 - 08:11 PM |
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Oops, I guess the beans have been spilt.  NVIDIA decided to go ahead and publicly say the new name of the Intel nForce chipset after so many of their vendors had it on display for them!  :)

CEBIT 2005—HANNOVER, GERMANY—MARCH 10, 2005—NVIDIA Corporation (Nasdaq: NVDA), a worldwide leader in graphics and digital media processors, today announced the Company will preview its upcoming NVIDIA nForce4 core-logic solutions for Intel CPUs which includes support for NVIDIA® SLI™ graphics techn

VIA on the VIA / AMD Relationship

Subject: Chipsets | March 10, 2005 - 08:05 PM |
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VIA Area, a popular destination for VIA support, has published an article look at the relationship between AMD and VIA that existed for quite some time.

In the previous month, March 1997, VIA and AMD had embarked on a closer relationship with the signing of the Chipset Technology Agreement paving the way for VIA to provide premier support for the latest AMD processors. With the launch of the AMD K6 Processor, VIA brought to market the VIA Apollo VP2 and VP3 chipsets.

Source: General

VIA Ships 100 Millionth Chipset for AMD Platform

Subject: Chipsets | February 23, 2005 - 01:44 PM |
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VIA Ships 100 Millionth Chipset for AMD Platform


Long-standing partnership between VIA and AMD achieves historic milestone, looks to the next 100 million with the advancement of technologies on the AMD64 platform and beyond


Taipei, Taiwan, 23 February 2005 - VIA Technologies, Inc, the leading supplier of core-logic chipsets for AMD (NYSE: AMD) processor platforms, today announced the unique achievement of 100 million core-logic chipsets for AMD Athlon™ processors.

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Introduction

VIA introduces three new Pentium 4 chipsets today aimed at the PCI Express market -- and one of them allows for simultaneous PCI Express and AGP video cards!

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Introduction

NVIDIA ready's a new chipset aimed at the workstation and server market in an attempt to update the aging Opteron chipsets still used on the market today.

NVIDIA and Intel Announce Cross-License Agreement for nForce!

Subject: Chipsets | November 19, 2004 - 09:27 AM |
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You heard it here first, guys!  I just learned that NVIDIA and Intel have inked a deal to allow NVIDIA to develop chipsets for the Intel platforms.  Here is a link to the PR news on Yahoo.com.  Here's what I can tell you so far, based on the info in the press release and other information I was given.  First, this is a broad cross-license, which means we will be seeing multiple chipsets from NVIDIA's nForce line for Intel's platforms, probably including the high-end markets as well as the integrated grap