Nvidia to launch MCP7A in April, MCP7C in August

With the MCP73 failing to pose a strong challenge to the Intel 3-series, Nvidia will launch IGP (integrated graphics processing) versions of its MCP7A and MCP7C chipset series for the Intel platform in April and August, respectively, according to sources with motherboard makers.

The sources revealed that the MCP7A to be launched April will have two IGP versions, the MCP7A-U and MCP7A-S, both of which will support Intel 1333MHz FSB, DirectX 10, HDMI, DVI, HDCP, and PureVideo HD. While the MCP73 only features a single-channel memory controller, the MCP7A will feature a dual-channel controller, the sources said, adding that it also supports Hybrid SLI technology.

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