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NVIDIA claims Tritium platform doesn't exist?

Posted on Friday, May 19 2006 @ 21:30:32 CEST by


DailyTech got an email from NVIDIA claiming the Tritium platform doesn't exist. However, Dailytech is pretty certain it does exist:
Of course, Del Rizzo may not believe there is a Tritium certification, but NVIDIA's internal design guides certainly disagree with him. A document containing with the following statement was released to manufacturers earlier this year, with the emphasis ours:

This document outlines the minimum requirements an ODM NVIDIA® C51XEMCP55XE motherboard design must conform to in order to obtain NVIDIA’s Tritium certification. Meeting the requirements guarantees interoperability with other Tritium-certified components and enables utilization of Tritium’s overclockability features, maximizing overall system performance.
More details over here.



 



 

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