NVIDIA will progressively replace the GeForce 6100 (NVIDIA's integrated graphics chipset for AMD's platform) by a new chip named MCP61 that will be out in August. This new chipset will only use a single 90 nm chip, even though the GeForce 6100 uses an IPG coupled to an MCP (Northbridge / Southbridge).
Three versions are announced: MCP61P, MCP61S and MCP61V. The P version will feature four SATA as compared to 2 for the S/V and a Gigabit network controller instead of 10/100 for the MCP61S/V. The P version will support a PCI Express x16 slot for an additional graphic card compared to a x8 for the S and none for the V. Finally, if the S & V will only have one VGA output, the P is capable of outputting SVDO signal (the same as Intel's chipsets) that can be accepted by an additional chip in order to convert and send it to a TV, DVI output or even HDMI.
If the graphic engine specifications that will be included to the MCP61 are still unknown, we fell that it won't be that far from the GeForce 6100. It will however lack the PureVideo engine, so the GeForce 6150 which includes it will continue to be sold by NVIDIA for « Media PC ».