I used an Nvidia Nforce-based motherboard in the first computer I ever built, so I'm a little sad to see that Nvidia's freezing all development on their Nforce chipset because of licensing issues with Intel, primarily over whether or not Nvidia's licence covers chipsets for Nehalem-based processors. Nvidia's not developing new chipsets for AMD's processors, either. Lame-o. [PC Mag]
Nvidia's Nforce Chipset Is Dead In The Water
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