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    Now if all goes well,Intel will show Nvidia the way to reduce the power requirements for the G80 http://www.digitimes.com/mobos/a20061009A2003.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by CAD4466HK View Post
    Now if all goes well,Intel will show Nvidia the way to reduce the power requirements for the G80 http://www.digitimes.com/mobos/a20061009A2003.html
    I <3 Digitimes, I wish I could afford a full subscription!

    I don't see Intel buying Nvidia outright, but instead gobbling up a ton of shares to get some control and inroads into their mindset.

    I wish they would roll out full SLI support for the INtel platform!

    I yes, Intel is killing off their ATI chipset mainboards, the D101GGCL and D102GGC2L boards... Kind of a shame, they are great entry level business mobos..

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    Quote Originally Posted by SuperSix View Post
    I <3 Digitimes, I wish I could afford a full subscription!

    I don't see Intel buying Nvidia outright, but instead gobbling up a ton of shares to get some control and inroads into their mindset.

    I wish they would roll out full SLI support for the INtel platform!

    I yes, Intel is killing off their ATI chipset mainboards, the D101GGCL and D102GGC2L boards... Kind of a shame, they are great entry level business mobos..
    Im sure the big 3 will still incorperate them into their buildsA.K.A Dell,Gateway,HP
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    I had a conversation with and Intel employee today, that person indicated that Intel and Nvida will indeed be working more closley going forward. Initillay it will be on a low cost board to replace the (ATI) Grant County and Grant County 2 Intel boards

    I am pretty sure that Intel didnt decide to stop making the ATI chipset boards, we were told by Intel have them in the distribution through the end of this year. I am guessing AMD pulled the plug on that in order to disrupt Intel business.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SuperSix View Post
    I wish they would roll out full SLI support for the INtel platform!
    Hopefully that'll be taken care of with the nForce 680i, won't know until next month though.
    http://forums.anandtech.com/messagev...&enterthread=y

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