nVidia cancels C60 and moves forward

By Justin Mann on December 28, 2005, 4:09 PM
By far and large, Intel's own chipsets for the Pentium have been oft been the best fit for a long while. The first nForce4 chipset for P4s was impressive, but for raw performance Intel's own is king. There were various issues with the C51 revision of the nVidia chipset that prevented it from being able to storm the market like nForce4 for Athlons did. nVidia is working hard on that, though. The C60 revision was canceled, and they've recently acquired Uli as we've heard. Now, with ATI partnering with Intel, nVidia has their work cut out for them. Whether or not canceling the chipset was a good idea remains to be seen, but nForce for Pentium is still something many enthusiasts would like to see.

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