NVIDIA MCP78PV arrives in early 2008

Posted on Thursday, Dec 20 2007 @ 03:01 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
In early 2008 NVIDIA will introduce a new IGP chipset with DX10 support, FUD Zilla reports.
The new chipset supports Hybrid SLI and it will be able to give you some 15 to 30 percent more on top of your discrete graphics card, but only if you have ultra cheap 8400 or 8500 cards.

Nvidia suffers from Phenom delays but this tends to get better. The new chipset and the software for Hybrid SLI are suppose to get ready by middle of Q1 2008 but we are still not sure when will Nvidia launch this chipset.

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