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Old 19th August 2008, 15:12   #1
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Default Upcoming NVIDIA Phenom Chipsets will feature "ACC" Support

As we know, AMD’s SB750 SouthBridge comes with the ‘ACC’ which boosts overclocking capacity. And NVIDIA now has also got the technology.

This roadmap unveils that the MCP72/78 can fully support AMD’s new ACC technology only with some board modifications(But the MCP72/78 motherboard in the markeet now will not support it). As NVIDIA’s calender shows, we will see MCP72/78 motherboards supporting ‘ACC’ on 1st Sep. That may be good new for some NVIDIA fans.
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