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|30th January 2006, 18:19||#1|
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Nvidia, ATI battle it out over fast Intel chipsets
All that on a single GPU, of course - separate from the "benefits" of SLI which Nvidia steadfastly refuses to license to Intel. Interestingly, when benchmarking the Nforce4 before, the Sandra test differences I was getting from it versus the most optimised Intel settings - at that time it was 955X - were more like one per cent, which is not exactly a stellar increase.
But this raises an interesting question: are Intel's own chipsets really the best showcase for the "Plentiums" - as in Plenty of profit margin? The answer may come from the "other side" - ATI.
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