NVIDIA's Tritium platform revealed

Posted on Friday, May 12 2006 @ 00:48 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
DailyTech has gathered some more information on NVIDIA's upcoming Tritium platform:
NVIDIA's vision is to combine several different components, from memory to video cards to motherboards, all under the Tritium certification. Motherboards, for example, will undergo a strict set of criteria that, if satisfied, will receive special certification from NVIDIA said to "maximize overall system performance."

For example, motherboards will be required to enable certain voltages for maximum memory tweaking. The latest specification for motherboard manufacturers insists there be 25mV granularity on everything from CPU core voltage to memory VDDIO. An abbreviated list of the motherboard voltages is as follows, though we have been told NVIDIA has slightly tightened the specifications within the last few weeks...
More details over here.


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