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Thursday, 15 March 2007 20:55

Nvidia MCP68 is Nforce 7050

Written by Fuad Abazovic
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Cebit 2007:
ECS has MCP68M-M

 


ECS was one of the many to show Nvidias new integrated chipset. Codenamed MCP68 will also be known as Nforce 7050 ES. This is Nvidias new fast integrated chipset. Nvidia didn't launch it as jet but it should announce it very shortly.

The board is based on Nvidia Geforce 7050SE / Nforce 630a southbridge. It supports all of the AM2 CPUs, Hypertransport, integrated Geforce 7 graphics. Sata 2, Raid, Gigabit LAN, HD audio and VGA out.


The board has two PCI, PCIe 16X and PCIe 1X together with four DDR 2 dims.

 

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