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Thread: exactly what is nForce??




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    i've been seeing nForce2 topics everywhere, and theres an article on 6 mobos with that supposed chipset, i thought nForce was just better integrated graphics? or is it a chipset such as a VIA Apollo KT400? (what i have) i'm confused
    <font color=red size=1>|</font><font size=1>T-bred AMD Athlon XP 1800+<font color=red>|</font>
    <font color=blue>|</font><font size=1>Soyo KT400 Dragon Ultra<font color=blue>|</font>
    <font color=red>|</font>512 mb Corsair XMS PC3200<font color=red>|</font>
    <font color=blue>|</font>Leadtek Winfast G4 Ti4200 w/ 8x support<font color=blue>|</font>
    <font color = red>|</font>Maxtor ATA133 80 gb w/ 8mb cache<font color=red>|</font>
    <font color = blue>|</font>Verbatim 48x12x50 CD-RW<font color=blue>|</font>
    <font color=red>|</font>Logitech Cordless Elite Duo<font color=red>|</font>
    <font color = blue>|</font>Win XP Pro SP1<font color=blue>|</font>

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    its a chipset like VIA Apollo KT400 only better :cheers:

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    Integrated graphics are one of the optional features of the nForce and nForce 2 chipset lines. And compared to other integrated graphics, they wipe the floor with the competition.

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    The boards in that roundup use the nForce chipset w/o the intergrated video. ;)

    But really would a Tweaker want intergrated graphics? :devil win
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    seems like my next board is probably decided :cheers:

    but exactly how is it better?
    <font color=red size=1>|</font><font size=1>T-bred AMD Athlon XP 1800+<font color=red>|</font>
    <font color=blue>|</font><font size=1>Soyo KT400 Dragon Ultra<font color=blue>|</font>
    <font color=red>|</font>512 mb Corsair XMS PC3200<font color=red>|</font>
    <font color=blue>|</font>Leadtek Winfast G4 Ti4200 w/ 8x support<font color=blue>|</font>
    <font color = red>|</font>Maxtor ATA133 80 gb w/ 8mb cache<font color=red>|</font>
    <font color = blue>|</font>Verbatim 48x12x50 CD-RW<font color=blue>|</font>
    <font color=red>|</font>Logitech Cordless Elite Duo<font color=red>|</font>
    <font color = blue>|</font>Win XP Pro SP1<font color=blue>|</font>

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    Well to start off the motherboard is cheaper than buying a mobo, video card, and sound card and Lan card. Another reason that its good (not better) is because its kills other onboard video or sound that come with some other motherboards. That doesn't mean its better than... its just means its real good to have onboard geofrces and 5.1 dolby digital all in one MOBO.
    - Damien

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