CeBIT 2007 - IGP? MGPU? WTF? MCP68!

Friday 16th March 2007, 06:06:00 PM, written by Rys

Seems that MCP68 has broken cover at CeBIT, via ECS's unveiling of a GeForce 7050SE plus nForce 630a mainboard called MCP68M-M.

The board supports Socket AM2 microprocessors, has a HDMI port for display output (and analogue VGA), completely passive cooling, four SATA2 ports and half a bazillion USB2.0 ports as is the norm.

We wonder if MCP68 isn't just a rebranding of MCP61, as other sites have reported in recent times. Instead it's probably likely that the IGP core is very similar to that in MCP73. More on that as we can uncover it.

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