T65+MCP65, a killer chipset for AMD

Looking at the discrete roadmap for AMD, there is a T65+MCP65 chipset slated for mass production in November which seems to be quite a killer. It is meant to replace the current nForce 590 SLI (C51XE+MCP55XE) in the Enthusiast segment. T65+MCP65 features 2 x16 SLI sporting a total of 52 PCIe lanes with 8 links. Interestingly, it also supports the upcoming HyperTransport 3.0 technology. Other features include 4x SATA 3Gb, dual Gigabit Ethernet with FirstPacket technology, 10 USB 2.0 ports, HD-Audio. Clearly, T65+MCP65 board is going to pair up nicely with G80 this November. MCP65 will find itself occupying the mainstream and value segment, replacing nForce 570 Ultra (MCP55 Ultra) and nForce 4 (CK804) slated for mass production this month. MCP65 features x8/x8 SLI, 20 PCIe lanes w/ 4 links, 4x SATA 3Gb, Gigabit Ethernet, HT 1.0, 10 USB and HD Audio.

Looking at the discrete roadmap for AMD, there is a T65+MCP65
chipset slated for mass production in November which seems to be quite a killer.
It is meant to replace the current nForce 590 SLI (C51XE+MCP55XE) in the
Enthusiast segment. T65+MCP65 features 2 x16 SLI sporting a total of 52 PCIe
lanes with 8 links. Interestingly, it also supports the upcoming HyperTransport
3.0 technology. Other features include 4x SATA 3Gb, dual Gigabit Ethernet with
FirstPacket technology, 10 USB 2.0 ports, HD-Audio. Clearly, T65+MCP65 board is going to
pair up nicely with G80 this November. MCP65 will find itself occupying the
mainstream and value segment, replacing nForce 570 Ultra (MCP55 Ultra) and
nForce 4 (CK804) slated for mass production this month. MCP65 features x8/x8 SLI,
20 PCIe lanes w/ 4 links,  4x SATA 3Gb, Gigabit Ethernet, HT 1.0, 10 USB
and HD Audio.

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