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Thread: nVidia nForce gOOD?




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    i've seen those onboard nvidia nforce thingies on motherboards, are those any good? or are they like regular vidcards but like already on the motherboard?
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    The original nForce motherboards provided video output that was about the equivelent of the GeForce2 cards... so not that hot in my opinion. I haven't done much research on the new nForce2 boards yet, so it may be a good bit better.
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    Well that sounds pretty friggin good since it is integrated. I mean not that I would use it but still, if you ever get problems with your graphics card it would be a prety good temp setup...
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