Talk:NForce 700

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The nForce 720a feature list here suggests it's really the same as GF8200 "Motherboard GPU", featutring PureVideo HD. But Nvidia lists PureVideo HD only by the latter, handling them separately as well. Also, f.ex. ABIT has separate motherboards with them (AN78GV and AN78GS), listing PureVideo HD also by AN78GS only.

This article is also missing the problems of the nForce 700 on the Intel platform that steems from the 680 as well. Plus, it misses the article that shows that the 780i is basically the same as the 680i. —Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 21:14, 12 October 2008 (UTC)

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