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Chapter 1. Introduction of AMD G/V Motherboard Series. Features of motherboard. The AMD G/V Series motherboards are based on the. AMD's series chipsets launched earlier this week and it's a much needed refresh to AMD/ATI's integrated chipset product line. We preview. Introduction. By my watch, AMD's last new chipset launch was in the middle of for the original Opteron platform release. AMD had at that.


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AMD 690 Chipset Driver

Chipsets for the desktop and mobile sectors are where things now take a turn.

A big resounding "Yes" was given to us and explained. Before we go on, I should explain why we've included two different GeForce series chipsets here.

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Nvidia launched the family a year and a half agoso it's getting a little AMD 690 Chipset in the tooth. This past summer, Nvidia updated the line with AMD 690 Chipset new single-chip solution dubbed the MCP61, and that's where things get a little confusing. Another one in the lineup is the RST, another variant to the M chipset with a local frame buffer see below.

A member for the embedded systems, the ME, is basically a MT with different display output configurations. AMD has been at a disadvantage because it once built a chipset model, but in recent years has relied on chipsets made by ATI and Nvidia Corp.

The chipset is not AMD 690 Chipset the first joint AMD and ATI product, but there are a few new mainboard manufacturers producing boards using an AMD based chips for the first time. Biostar, Foxconn and Gigabyte will be joining the long list of manufacturers to produce boards on AMD chipsets.

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The difference AMD 690 Chipset them is twofold. HD video playback may get AMD's G redux more headlines, but given its hardware requirements, the combination of BIOS-level overclocking options and a second wave of more mature, feature-rich motherboards may ultimately prove more attractive to enthusiasts.

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