DigiTimes
revealed that the MCP7A to be launched April will have two IGP versions, the
MCP7A-U and MCP7A-S, both of which will support Intel 1333MHz FSB, DirectX 10,
HDMI, DVI, HDCP, and PureVideo HD. Nvidia is also developing a MCP7A-H part that
does not have a built-in graphics core slated for launch in August.. The MCP7A
will feature a dual-channel controller and supports Hybrid SLI technology. FOB
prices for motherboards based on the MCP7A-U will be about US$ 80, the MCP7A-S
about US$ 70-75 range and MCP7A-H at about US$ 60-65.

DigiTimes
revealed that the MCP7A to be launched April will have two IGP versions, the
MCP7A-U and MCP7A-S, both of which will support Intel 1333MHz FSB, DirectX 10,
HDMI, DVI, HDCP, and PureVideo HD. Nvidia is also developing a MCP7A-H part that
does not have a built-in graphics core slated for launch in August.. The MCP7A
will feature a dual-channel controller and supports Hybrid SLI technology. FOB
prices for motherboards based on the MCP7A-U will be about US$ 80, the MCP7A-S
about US$ 70-75 range and MCP7A-H at about US$ 60-65.