NVIDIA has been making the news quite
a bit in the past few
days. Earlier this week, there was speculation that NVIDIA could be in
position to provide
chipsets for Apple's next generation MacBook notebooks.
However, earlier today, reports began
to spring up stating
that NVIDIA would drop its 790i motherboards and leave
the chipset business altogether. The reports cited "sources"
close to top Taiwanese motherboard manufacturers.
NVIDIA recently contacted DailyTech to quash the information
regarding it leaving the
chipset business. NVIDIA's Brian Burke made it clear that NVIDIA's
business is stronger than ever and touched on these three points:
Burke went on to say that "we're
looking forward to
bringing new and very exciting MCP products to the market for both AMD and
While NVIDIA has made it clear that
it has no intention of
packing up and leaving the chipset business, the jury is still out on
Apple will use NVIDIA chipsets in upcoming products.
quote: Further, you had the option of not installing the IDE driver at all.
quote: and two video cards aren't going to change that.
quote: NVIDIA recently contacted DailyTech to squash the information regarding it leaving the chipset business.