NVIDIA launched it's latest nForce media and communications processor today called the 780i SLI MCP. This MCP is ushering in the era of 3-way SLI with its triple x16 PCI Express lanes. The MCP is designed for the latest Intel 1333MHz FSB processors like the QX9650.
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"Our customers aren't going to bed with visions of sugar plums dancing in their heads. They're dreaming of playing games like Crysis in their entire splendor, running on NVIDIA SLI technology," said Kelt Reeves, president of Falcon Northwest. "With nForce 780i and an Intel Yorkfield CPU under the hood, those visions will quickly become a reality. We're excited to offer our customers fully-equipped rigs with not one, not two, but three of NVIDIA's most extreme gaming GeForce graphics processors, the perfect platform for experiencing the most advanced games ever developed."
Key features for the 780i mainboards will be the triple x16 PCI-E slots, support for DDR2, 8-channel high definition audio, six rear USB ports, and a pair of Firewire ports.
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