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Zotac GeForce 9300  (Source: Zotac)

Zotac's 610i ITX motherborad
Motherboards with Hybrid SLI finally appear

Foxconn introduced an interesting little PD-S2900 projector at Computex today. The projector is tiny measuring in at only about 4” x 3.6” x 1.4” and it has a resolution of 858 x 600 with 55 lumens of brightness. Foxconn says that a even smaller version is coming with 25 lumens of brightness and a 854 x 480 resolution.

Super Talent showed off its new 1.8-inch SSD at Computex called the MasterDrive KX. The very thin drive will be ideal for UMPC systems and will come in 30GB, 60GB, and 120GB priced at $299, $449 and $679 respectively.

Zotac showed new motherboards today at Computex like the GeForce 9300. This board is special because it is the first Intel board from NVIDIA that features the new Hybrid SLI, GeForce Boost and Hybrid Power features NVIDIA has been talking up since CES.  NVIDIA is expected to reveal more details about the GeForce 9300 architecture later this Summer.

The board supports Intel processors up to the Core 2 Extreme with a 1333MHz FSB. Users can run up to 8GB of DDR2800 RAM and integrated outputs include VGA, DVI and DisplayPort. The board uses a Micro ATX form factor.

Zotac also introduced a nForce 610i-ITX mainboard that supports Intel processors up to the Core 2 Quad with a 1333MHz FSB. The little board can hold up to 4GB of DDR2 800 RAM and has an integrated VGA output. Expansion slots on the board include a PCIe x1, dual SATA, IDE, and 8 USB 2.0 ports along with a COM port and a 10/100 LAN jack.

Zotac representatives mention that the 610i-ITX may ship with DVI instead of VGA in some markets, though does not have a firm release date for the board yet.


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9300? Where's my 9800GT?
By ImSpartacus on 6/4/2008 6:55:09 PM , Rating: -1
I don't mind listening to talk of cheaper processors, but the 9800GT is the only real hole in nVidia's lineup (although it probably won't be too different from the current 8800GT/GTS).




RE: 9300? Where's my 9800GT?
By nvalhalla on 6/4/2008 7:02:11 PM , Rating: 5
9300 is a motherboard, not a graphics card.


RE: 9300? Where's my 9800GT?
By FaceMaster on 6/4/2008 7:08:04 PM , Rating: 2
It will probably be faster than a Geforce 9300 Graphics card any way!


RE: 9300? Where's my 9800GT?
By BernardP on 6/5/2008 8:27:51 AM , Rating: 2
9300 is supposed to be the integrated graphics NVidia chipset for Intel processors. It is basically an adaptation of the recently-released 8200/8300 IG chipset for AMD processors. The 9300 chipset for Intel will be an interesting option for HTPC users and non-gamers.

But wait! GeForce 9300 is also a discrete videocard from NVidia, and it has just been announced on their web site. Basically, it's a renamed 8400GS with 65nm G98 core.

http://www.nvidia.com/object/geforce9.html

It would be so simple to avoid such naming confusion, so if the final name of the Intel IGP is really 9300, it will have been done on purpose to create confusion. Why not 9200?


RE: 9300? Where's my 9800GT?
By thesid on 6/4/2008 8:33:09 PM , Rating: 3
i guess the 8800gt itself is the 9800gt.. since both 9800gtx and the 8800gt are on the G92 core..


RE: 9300? Where's my 9800GT?
By angelkiller on 6/4/2008 9:01:36 PM , Rating: 2
The 9800GT consists of rebranded 8800GT's and eventually 55nm 8800GT's. Technically the 8800GT and 8800GTS/9800GTX share the same core, but the latter has more stream processors and higher clocks, making it notably faster.


RE: 9300? Where's my 9800GT?
By just4U on 6/5/2008 3:39:51 AM , Rating: 2
Well .. faster then the GT anyway. The 2% performance gains on the GTS/512 are not really a improvement if you ask me.


RE: 9300? Where's my 9800GT?
By ImSpartacus on 6/5/2008 9:08:36 AM , Rating: 2
I agree. Single 8800GT is enough for me!


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