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|11th July 2008, 23:05||#1|
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NVIDIA gets to make Nehalem supporting motherboards, sells SLI to Intel
Sources hints NVIDIA have already got Intel QPI license, but they wonít hush to unveil any high end mobo, because it is already too late since X58 is just around the corner of 08′Q4. The company did not expect too much high end user will choose the high end Bloomfield CPU when it is still in the early stage.
Rather than high end mobo, NV will only focus on Intel Lynnfield CPU, try to debut a LGA 1160 board. Thatís because LGA 1160 still keeps DMI we currently use to link to south bridge but no QPI, it will be more easier to design a LGA 1160 mobo then QPI supported LGA 1366 boards.
That doesnít means NVIDIA will just hand over the high end market to AMD easily. It is said NV have already gave out SLI permit to Intel X58, by selling their BR-04 chips, just like what they did to the Skulltrial.
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