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nForce4 410 and 430 with GeForce 6100 and 6150 - nForce4 410 and 430 with GeForce 6100 and 6150
Mon, October 03 2005 | 3:54PM | PermaLink Feedback?
The TV encoder on the 6150 supports component, S-Video and compostive out, as well as a TMDS for DVI support. DVI on the mainboard backplane will be cool to see. Both chips are also able to be passively cooled, bringing us on nicely to the announcement that these two parts and NVIDIA's first graphics products created on a 90nm process. Manufactured by TSMC, the 90nm process allows NVIDIA to back the transistors needed for the 6100 and 6150 into a chip package small enough and frugal enough to sit on the mainboard and be passively cooled even at top clocks.
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