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Tuesday, 12 February 2008 13:37

Nvidia MCP78U to launch at Cebit

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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March 4th 


Nvidia has cancelled Geforce 9200 brand for its MCP78U, and at the same time, Nvidia plans to launch these new chipsets at Cebit.

MCP78H will end up branded as Nforce 730a and will launch on the March 4th, MCP78U also branded as Geforce 8300 will launch at the same time, and last but not least, MCP78S aka Geforce 8200 should be already launched.

You can bet that there will be a lot of these motherboards at the show as many graphic guys plans to continue with cheap motherboards as this is the real low- end market.

That is why Nvidia has decided to brand its motherboard Geforce as it will claim that this is way more than a plain chipset called Nforce.

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