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NVIDIA nForce Pro 3000 specifications

Posted on Thursday, August 31 2006 @ 15:34:50 CEST by


HKEPC got their hands on the specifications of the nForce Pro 3000 family which is aimed at professional servers and workstations.
The new nForce Professional 3000 family includes one-way nForce Professional 3400, two-way nForce Professional 3600 and nForce Professional 3050+3600 for 4 ways and higher . They are all based on MCP55 PRO chipset.

nForce Professional 3400(MCP55-PRO) and 3600(MCP55-PRO-V) are similar in specification. They support PCI Express, SLI, Ethernet, 3Gb/s SATAII and traditional I/O interface with a unified chip. They also have load balancing function for TCP/IP acceleration and fail over protection. Both Linux and Microsoft Windows operation system will get it supported. They are only different in number of processor supported. For nForce Professional 3600, it can coupled with 3050 (codename IO-55) to provide up to 56 PCI Express pipelines, and supporting 4 to 8 ways processing architecture.
More details over here.


 



 

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