NVIDIA have a motherboard chipset in the works to compete with AMD's recently launched 690G IGP chipset. The chipset (dubbed MCP68) will sport a new integrated graphics solution which is said to offer superior 3D performance and HDCP compatibility.
I first discovered the news on it over at Nordic Hardware, but OC Workbench have managed to get some early shots of a microATX motherboard from manufacturer "Zhiming" based on NVIDIA's answer to AMD 690G.
These chipsets will apparently make an official debut before the month is out.
NVIDIA GeForce 7050-630A will be the answer to AMD's new AMD 690G chipset, which has raised the bar for what you can call a decent integrated graphics circuit. NVIDIA will, not surprisingly, not just sit around and let AMD take control, but will instead launch its new MCP68 chipset. This series will introduce a new integrated graphics circuit, which is suppose to offer better 3D performance and HDCP compatibility. The launch of the chipsets are expected to happen later this month and during CeBIT, but already a few pictures of the first GeForce 7050-630A motherboards have appeared.
Last updated: Dec 4, 2019 at 01:47 pm CST
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