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Wednesday, 26 September 2007 12:48

EVGA announces Nforce 630i boards

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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And 610i for Intel


EVGA is among the first to announce boards based on Intel integrated Nforce 630i and 610i chipsets. As we said before Nforce 630i will have the graphic part branded as Geforce 7150 and this is a PCIe supporting chipset for socket 775 CPUs. EVGA is using this chipset for its e-7150/630i motherboard.


The second in line of IGPs is Nforce 630i with its Geforce 7100 branded graphics and EVGA has e-7100/630i based motherboard using this chipset.


The last in the line of chipsets is the Nforce 610i powered by Geforce 7050 graphics and EVGA plans e-7050/610i motherboard based on this chipset.


EVGA has a lot of details but the most interesting one is that the e-7150/630i has HDMI, DVI and VGA connectors, but we bet you can only use two of them at the same time.


More at EVGA here.

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