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the death of the NVIDIA chipset products - the death of the NVIDIA chipset products
Fri, August 01 2008 | 5:20PM | PermaLink Feedback?
"I think the majority of these concerns about NVIDIA's chipset business started with the confirmation that NVIDIA was either not granted a CSI license by Intel (also known as Quick Path Interconnect, the bus for upcoming Nehalem/Bloomfield processors) or decided they weren't going to try to acquire one to make chipsets for the first round of Nehalem processors. Instead, NVIDIA has offered up the nForce 200 bridge chip to potential X58 chipset motherboard vendors to enable and allow SLI technology on Intel's upcoming platform shift. Many in our space saw this is a white flag from NVIDIA, that they weren't able to cut into Intel's chipset business as they'd hoped."
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