NVIDIA has stepped on the brakes when it comes to developing chipsets for Intel’s Nehalem-class processors, at least until there is a clear outcome of a legal dispute over the two companies’ licensing agreement. It is widely believed that the issue will be settled sometime next year, and a blip like this will not see NVIDIA stop support for and selling their existing chipsets for processors based on Intel’s older Frontside Bus (FSB) architecture, which will also comprise of the Ion graphics platform for Intel Atom-based netbooks and nettops.
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