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Old 5th December 2004, 15:33   #1
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Default Nforce 5 is two chip design

WE LEARNED that the next generation Intel Nforce chipset comes in a two chip combo. Nvidia usually stuck to one chip design but I guess it ran out of space with its Nforce 5 Pentium 4 silicon. Nvidia managed to place all of its AMD Nforce chipsets on one chip.
We can now confirm that Nvidia's Pentium 4 chipset has support for two PCIe graphic ports. Yes, it's SLI compliant and that supports DDR 2 memory. It will be the first Pentium 4 SLI chipset. The only chipset to fight Nforce 5 is ATI's own SLI chipset that is due to arrive in Q2 2005.

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