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Leadtek K7NCR18D PRO (nForce2) Motherboard Review

| Motherboards News | Posted: Oct 19, 2002 7:54 pm

Today t-break take us on a tour of the Leadtek K7NCR18D PRO motherboard based on the nVidia nForce 2 chipset. Head on over and see how well Leadtek did with this board.

Like the original nForce, the nForce II took a little longer to arrive than anticipated. In fact, chips with the graphics core onboard are yet to surface. In total, there will be a combination of four different chipsets based on the nForce2 platform. nVidia will release two North bridges (the IGP and the SPP) and two South bridges (the MCP) and its upto the motherboard manufacturer to select their preference. What separates the two North bridges is that one has the graphics core (IGP) while the other (SPP) doesn't, while the Southbridge is differentiated by the lack of Firewire, a second NIC and nVidia 5.1 Audio.
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