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Nvidia Postpones Supplies of New Core-Logic Sets for AMD Processors
Nvidia Corp., a leading developer of system chipsets, has reportedly postponed shipments of its new code-named MCP72 and MCP78 core-logic sets for processors by Advanced Micro Devices. The reasons of the postponements are unclear, but they may be related to both lack of high-performance AMD Phenom processors as well as potential issues with those new core-logic sets.
The new code-named MCP72 core-logic series is projected to fully support new AMD Phenom processors based on AMD’s new micro-architecture that belong to the “Stars” family of chips. All versions of the Nvidia nForce 700a are expected to support HyperTransport 3.0 processor bus as well as PCI Express 2.0 interconnection, which will be the key-feature of the new array of chipsets that will directly compete against AMD’s own 790- and 780-series of chipsets.
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