Intel to bundle NVIDIA cards with its motherboards

Posted on Friday, May 12 2006 @ 13:21 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
The Inquirer reveals Intel will soon start offering a couple of its motherboards with NVIDIA graphics cards:
Intel's D925XHY codenamed Hells Canyon 925X/XE motherboard comes with 925X/XE chipset and supports 1066 FSB CPUs. It is a full-size ATX board supporting dual-channel DDR 2 at 533MHz, Firewire and RAID. You can plug any LGA 775 CPU inside.

It is a rather old motherboard but the surprising part of this special offer is that Intel bundles equally-elderly Nvidia cards with it. If you, an OEM or a system integrator buys such a board it will come with an Nvidia 6200 Video Card or 6200LE Turbo Cache with 16MB of memory.

The second board, codenamed White Salmon, and branded as D945PWM is based on the 945P and is a full-size ATX board supporting LGA 775 CPUs. It works with dual-channel DDR 2 667 and features a PCIe graphic slot. It has four PCI slots and two PCIe 1X slots.

This board comes with Nvidia 6200 Video Card or 6200LE Turbo Cache with 16MB of memory.

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