According to NFI, Intel's first Nforce product, which we've described as Nforce 5 before, will support DDR 2.
At Gzeasy.com, it's suggested that Nforce 5 will not only support DDR 2, but may well be associated with the Socket T chips Intel anticipates for next year.
The rumours there are that Nforce 5 will support PCI Express, 800/1066MHz front side buses, the NV3X graphics core, four Serial ATA ports, 802.11b wireless, and 7.1 surround sound. µ
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