NVIDIA GeForce 8 IGPs for AMD to arrive in January

Posted on Wednesday, Sep 26 2007 @ 00:00 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Yesterday NVIDIA launched new GeForce 7 series IGPs for the Intel platform and according to DailyTech the firm is also working hard on new GeForce 8 series IGPs for the AMD platform with DirectX 10 support:
The new MCP78 features the MCP78 U with a $70-80 build cost, MCP78 S with a $55-65 build cost and the MCP78 D with $50-55 build cost.

The MCP78 U and MCP78 S feature a DirectX 10 compatible graphics solution with unified memory architecture and PureVideo HD technology for high-definition HD DVD and Blu-ray playback. NVIDIA touts new Hybrid SLI technology for the new IGP solutions, which it claims to boost performance of discrete GPUs.

NVIDIA claims performance boosts up to 40 percent with Hybrid SLI technology. Hybrid SLI technology enables discrete and integrated graphics to work together to provide increased performance. The MCP78 series also supports Hybrid Power technology, which shuts down the discrete GPU for low-power and quiet high-definition video playback.
The NVIDIA MCP78 will arrive in January and will feature PCI Express 2.0 support and HyperTransport 3.0.


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