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Monday, 10 September 2007 09:49

Nforce 610 is Geforce 7100

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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Slower chip


Nvidia will follow its last years step and it will introduce two chispets, one higher performance with higher clocked graphics, the Nforce 630i with the Geforce 7150 graphics and the second one called Nforce 610 with slower 7100 graphics.

The story is quite simple, the 7100 chipset will be slower and cheaper or how the vendors like to say more affordable.

Companies such as Asrock, ECS and Biostar will be the first to make the boards based on it and MSI and Gigabyte should follow shortly.

Nvidia has really high hopes for this IGP chipset as it wants more money out of this unit.

 

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