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VIA and SiS to lose pricing edge as NVIDIA MCP61S arrives?

Posted on Monday, August 07 2006 @ 15:54:33 CEST by


SiS and VIA will gradually lose their pricing edge in the entry-level chipset market as the NVIDIA MCP61S chipset is expected to win wider adoption by providing cheaper cost with better performance.
The all-in-one IGP chipset, which integrates both northbridge and southbridge capabilities, will target US$60-80 motherboards for the value PC segment, according to the sources.

Nvidia will reportedly introduce its nForce 6100 IGP chipset line, which will provide all-in-one northbridge and southbridge solutions, starting with the 405 chipset (codenamed MCP61S) at the end of August. Following the nForce 6100-405, Nvidia will launch two more chipsets under the nForce 6100 IGP lineā€”the 400 (codenamed MCP61V) and the 430 (codenamed MCP61P) by the first quarter of 2007, sources familiar with the vendor's chipset roadmap indicated. The nForce 6100-400 will target the entry-level segment, whereas the nForce 6100-430 will be set for the mainstream desktop application, according to the sources.
More info at DigiTimes.



 



 

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