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Tuesday, 08 January 2008 19:32

Nvidia showcases Nforce 790i

Written by Fuad Abazovic
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CES 2008: DDR3 support


Nvidia launched Nforce 780i with three-way support and next month it will launch Nforce 790i, a brand new DDR3 chipset.

It has the same features as Nforce 780i, but it supports DDR3 and FSB 400. It supports all quad and dual core 45 nm CPUs, and we also learned that it doesn’t have an external bridge chip to support more PCIe express lanes; it can all be done via Northbridge.

It has six-phase power, six SATA ports, three PCIe 16X, one PCIe 1x, two PCIe 2X and two PCI ports.

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