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Friday, 07 September 2007 14:47

Nforce 630i is one cool IGP for Intel

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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800 points in 3Dmark06


Industry sources have confirmed that Nvidia is working on super fast IGP chipset that should be coming to the PC near you very soon. the new chipset is called Nforce 630i and it will have HDMI and DVI support and it will score about 800 points in 3Dmark06 which is great for an IGP board.

The motherboard manufacturers expects that the price will be close to Intel's G945 which is dirty cheap.

Performance wise NF630i should be about tree times faster than G33 and two times than RS690 from AMD.

The best of all is that we are talking about a single chip chipset.
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