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Tuesday, October 05, 2004
nForce 4 rumours


Various web resources are now delivering information regarding NVIDIA's new nForce 4. They name different release dates (October 19 or 20) and amount of modifications (3 or 4).

A number of web resources state that nForce 4 and nForce 4 Ultra will be released first, while nForce 4 SLI will catch up later. As for other features, they name DDR400 SDRAM, 8-channel Sound Storm 7.1 and LAN.

OCWorkbench, referring to own sources, note that nForce 4 will include 4 models:

- nForce 4 ? 2 x SATA, AGP 8x, 1 GHz HyperTrasport, Socket 939
- nForce 4 SLI ? 2 x SATA, 2 x PCI-E, 1 GHz HyperTrasport, Socket 939
- nForce 4 Ultra ? 2 x SATA, 1 x PCI-E, 1 GHz HyperTrasport, Socket 939
- nForce 4 scaled edition ? 1 x SATA, 800 MHz HyperTransport, Socket 754

It seems nobody still have exact information, as besides Socket 939/754 some mass media mention Socket 940. But those aware of Socket 940 don?t know about nForce 4 scaled edition for some reason.

Source: www.digit-life.com


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