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  1. #1
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    Nvidia semi announces Pentium 4 chipset

    Nforce 5 is real

    By Fuad Abazovic in Wien: Friday 19 November 2004, 15:36
    NVIDIA'S BEST kept secret is now revealed. We wrote about the Nvidia Pentium 4 chipset quite some time ago but this is the first time that Nvidia has disclosed its plans.

    Today Nvidia revealed that it signed a multiyear cross licensing agreement with Intel that will be used for multiple product lines and product generations.

    Jen Hsun once said that Intel charges too much for its chipset licence and I guess he had to accept the fact that Nvidia don’t have any other choice than to pay.

    He confirmed today that Nvidia is working on Nforce platform and PCIe SLI graphic marchitecture for Intel platforms. Here goes ATI's Pentium 4 SLI advantage.

    No one mentioned anything about timing and availability but it's our job to ask around and to try to answer that question for you. µ
    Source : The inquirer

  2. #2
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    Yes, you read right. Hell has frozen over, and Intel is letting Nvidia make nForce chipsets for the P4. They just can't allow AMD to have all that nForce 4 goodness on their own, and a superior SLI implementation. I've just received word that their Intel chipsets will come to market in Q1 of 05. Bryan Del Rizzo of Nvidia gave the following statement of their planned offerings.

    We intend to build products in every segment of the industry where we can add value with our technology. This includes SLI platforms, as well as desktops, laptops, media centers, workstations and servers. We do not have any product specifics to announce at this time.

    So there you have it. Below is the full release.

    NVIDIA and Intel Sign Broad Cross-License and Chipset License Agreements

    SANTA CLARA, CA─NOVEMBER 19, 2004─NVIDIA Corporation (Nasdaq: NVDA) and Intel Corporation today announced that the companies have signed a broad, multi-year patent cross-license agreement spanning multiple product lines and product generations. Additionally, the companies signed a multi-year chipset agreement for NVIDIA to license Intel’s front-side bus technology. This will enable NVIDIA to deliver the NVIDIA nForce™ platform technology on Intel-based systems.

    “Today’s agreements are significant for both companies and, more importantly, represent a win for our mutual customers who now have more choices for enhancing the PC experience,” said Louis Burns, Intel vice president and general manager, Desktop Products Group.

    “NVIDIA and Intel are working together to enhance the end-user computing experience,” added Jen-Hsun Huang, president and chief executive officer of NVIDIA. “NVIDIA’s product portfolio offers exciting technology options to Intel customers, including the NVIDIA nForce platform and the PCI Express-based SLI graphics technology solution.”
    Source : AMDZone

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