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More than five months ago, NVIDIA announced the industry’s first hybrid technology for PC platforms during the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. During this time, they also showed off the nForce 780a SLI motherboards that were due out in Q1 2008. It seems things got pushed back as NVIDIA is officially announcing the nForce 7 series today in Q2 2008. AMD hasn't been doing too hot in the enthusiast market, so the launch of the nForce 7 series might not be that interesting to many of our readers. If that is what you are thinking right now, keep reading as this nForce series will show what is to come for Intel platforms later this year. NVIDIA has confirmed that Intel platforms with Hybrid technology are coming out in Q3 of this year, so they will be even more refined than the nForce 7 series for AMD processors...



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wow.
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Definitely interesting. One more step forward in the epic quest to play Crysis maxed
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Definitely interesting. One more step forward in the epic quest to play Crysis maxed
Now they just need a solid AM2+ CPU to drop in because right now Phenom just isn't doing it.
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i still can't believe their stuck on DDR2 ram... that and only 10 FPS on LOW quality?!? and i thought my 20 - 30 frames sucked.

i just c no reason 2 upgrade, or even refer 2 a friend, any of the am2+ products being put out this year. and i really had my hopes up looking at this thread headline
    
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i still can't believe their stuck on DDR2 ram... that and only 10 FPS on LOW quality?!? and i thought my 20 - 30 frames sucked.

i just c no reason 2 upgrade, or even refer 2 a friend, any of the am2+ products being put out this year. and i really had my hopes up looking at this thread headline
a 6400+x2 is all you need in the gaming industry right now... thats all you need or even a 5000+x2 oc to 3.0ghz, THATS ALL YOU NEED!
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lol, it might b what i need... but what i want is bigger, faster, more more MORE!
    
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I've been waiting for Nvidia to bring a new chipset to AMD for quite awhile now, so far I'm slightly disappointed.
    
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Now they just need a solid AM2+ CPU to drop in because right now Phenom just isn't doing it.
A Phenom X4 9850 @ 3Ghz is more than enough to play Crysis at max graphics. The actual number crunching power of the phenoms is quite big, its more the fact that games aren't taking advantage of all cores at the moment. I doubt AMD will engineer a CPU with just clock speed in mind - this is a backwards mentality. It is the game producers that need to step up.
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i still can't believe their stuck on DDR2 ram... that and only 10 FPS on LOW quality?!? and i thought my 20 - 30 frames sucked.

i just c no reason 2 upgrade, or even refer 2 a friend, any of the am2+ products being put out this year. and i really had my hopes up looking at this thread headline
Just so everybody knows, that 10 frames on low is from the onboard graphics. NOt a discreet card.
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