NVIDIA Starts Shipping NVIDIA nForce Professional 3000 Series MCPs
NVIDIA Corporation announced new additions to its family of NVIDIA nForce Professional core-logic solutions designed for professional servers and workstations. Designed as a scalable platform solution for AMD Opteron-based servers and workstations, including next-generation Opteron processors with support for DDR2 memory, the new series of NVIDIA nForce Professional 3000 MCPs include:
- The NVIDIA nForce Professional 3600 MCP. Supports PCI Express, Gigabit Ethernet with TCP/IP acceleration, SATA 3Gb/sec., and legacy I/O.
- The NVIDIA nForce Professional 3050 MCP. Integrates PCI Express architecture, includes 28 PCI Express lanes that can be mapped to 6 controllers in a number of different ways. This gives the system designer the flexibility to support x16, x8, x4 and x1 PCI Express links in the platform.
- The NVIDIA nForce Professional 3400 MCP. Designed specifically for 1P servers and workstations, supports NVIDIA SLI technology, advanced networking capabilities, PCI Express, and up to six SATA 3Gb/sec. hard drives.
In addition, the NVIDIA nForce Professional 3600 and 3050 chips can be combined to scale to 56 or more PCI Express lanes. The NVIDIA nForce Professional MCPs also support Virtual Channels (VC) on all the PCI Express links, thus providing guaranteed bandwidth and latency for time-sensitive traffic.
Source: NVIDIA Corporation
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