According to the latest NVIDIA UMA roadmap for AMD, MCP67 family is currently under sampling and mass production is expected to take place in Q1 2007. It is meant to replace the current GeForce 6100 family (C51/MCP51) in the performance and mainstream segments while the MCP61 family continues to occupy the value segment. MCP67 sports a single chip design like the MCP61 family and there appears to be 2 variants so far; MCP67 for the performance and MCP67S that lacks certain features like HDMI for the mainstream. Among its key features, MCP67 supports GeForce 7 class graphics core for VISTA Premium, HDMI display output, 12 USB 2.0 ports as well as one more PCI express lane (3×1, 1×16). Other features include a PV1:720p video processor, 4 x SATA 3Gb, Gigabit Ethernet, ASF 2.0 and HyperTransport 1.0.

According to the latest NVIDIA UMA roadmap for AMD, MCP67 family
is currently under sampling and mass production is expected to take place in Q1
2007. It is meant to replace the current GeForce 6100 family (C51/MCP51) in the
performance and mainstream segments while the MCP61 family continues to occupy
the value segment. MCP67 sports a single chip design like the MCP61 family and
there appears to be 2 variants so far; MCP67 for the performance and MCP67S that
lacks certain features like HDMI for the mainstream. Among its key features,
MCP67 supports GeForce 7 class graphics core for VISTA Premium, HDMI display
output, 12 USB 2.0 ports as well as one more PCI express lane (3×1, 1×16). Other
features include a PV1:720p video processor, 4 x SATA 3Gb, Gigabit Ethernet, ASF
2.0 and HyperTransport 1.0.