NVIDIA to debut rebranded nForce 980a SLI in March

Posted on Thursday, Feb 05 2009 @ 21:33 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
VR Zone heard NVIDIA is going to rebrand the nForce 780a SLI chipset to nForce 980a SLI in March, without changing any of the specifications.
The NVIDIA nForce 980a SLI SPP is an enthusiast-class high performance interface to AMD AM3 CPUs. It is RoHS-compliant. It includes 2×16 PCI Express 2.0 lanes (also configurable as 1 x16, 2 x8) and 3×1 PCI Express 1.0 lanes, 12 USB ports, six SATA ports, and single GigE. To ensure timely availability and flexibility, we encourage customers to qualify and release products using the NVIDIA nForce 980a SLI SPP.


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Re: NVIDIA to debut rebranded nForce 980a SLI in March
by Anonymous on Friday, Feb 06 2009 @ 19:40 CET
omg 980a, it was a misstype 780a on an asus mobo announcement wtf omg