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NVIDIA nForce 680i performance benchmarked

Posted on Sunday, November 26 2006 @ 15:30:38 CET by

Firingsquad takes a look at the performance of the new NVIDIA nForce 680i chipset.
With nForce 570 SLI and 590 SLI getting off to such a lackluster start, NVIDIA quickly went back to the drawing board and has now cooked up another new chipset for Core 2: the nForce 600 family. While the nForce 600 moniker suggests this is an entirely new chipset platform, actually it’s not. NVIDIA uses the same basic South Bridge chips for nForce 600 that were used for nForce 500 previously. That means all of the South Bridge features such as audio, networking, storage, and USB carry over unchanged, however NVIDIA has employed an entirely new North Bridge chip for nForce 600.



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