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     After Intel Viiv and vPro, here is NV Trinitum
      Posted on 11/05/2006 at 11:32 by Marc
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    If Intel targets multimedia computers or computers used by companies with Viiv or vPro brands, NVIDIA seems to be also very much interested by this type of label and should release soon its own, which is currently known as Tritium.

    This time, according to DailyTech, expert user computers would be targeted because additionally to a certain list of component like Intel’s norm, Tritium motherboards will have to have for example a whole range of voltage for the CPU and frequency for the CPU, memory and chipset available. If it is interesting to have products that allow these possibilities, it is also question according to DailyTech to have an automatic overclocking of « Tritium » components which is less interesting from our point of view.

    For the platform, two PCI Express x16 slots with a rather large gap will be required to include a Quad SLI additionally to IEEE1394b (FireWire 800), two PCI 2.3 ports, two Gigabit network ports supported by NVIDIA’s chip and 7.1 sound supported by an HDA chip.



     ABIT motherboard with HDMI
      Posted on 11/05/2006 at 10:51 by Marc - source: DailyTech
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    Universal ABIT (previously ABIT) will be the first to release a motherboard with HDMI output, the IL-80MV. Based on the chipset i945GT, it will support Socket 479 Core Duo and Core 2 Duo (laptop version) processors. This card will be included in media center computers: it also features optic inputs and outputs connected to a Realtek HDA chip, FireWire, a VGA output, but it however doesn’t include a PCI Express x16 slot.



    ABIT doesn’t give more details on the HDMI output, but we believe that it is simply the first to use a chip available for quite some time now, the Silicon Image SiL1390. HDCP compatible, this chip accepts SVDO video signals used by Intel chipsets and audio SPDIF. The IL-80MV will be available in June.


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