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Thursday, 01 November 2007 13:39

Nvidia's Nforce 790i pixelized

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Reference C73 motherboard

 

Nvidia's nForce 790i, or C73, to be more precise, has finally been pictured. We are talking about Nvidia's new chipset for Intel's upcoming 45nm CPU's with support for DDR3.

As you can see from the picture board it will support three PCIe x16 slots, two plain PCI slots and two PCIe x1 slots. Those three green slots are screaming for "triple-SLI." This new C73 chipset will add support for DDR3 and 1,600MHz FSB.

This chipset isn't expected to arrive until next year. You can check out the bigger picture at Techconnect Magazine.

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