Bugs prevent 'nForce' release
nVidia's 'nForce' motherboard chipset, which was often praised even before the presentation, has now slipped into the negative headlines for the first time. The completion of the chip will be delayed by an unknown period of time because the chip's own Southbridge (MCP) still has too many errors.
In this way, stability should not be guaranteed, especially with the interaction of sound and network. Whether the chip will ultimately meet the ambitious goals and expectations seems to be far from certain. Despite this small setback, as reported from internal Nvidia sources, the group even seems to want to expand the area of application of the 'nForce'. Although it has not yet been officially confirmed, the 'nForce' should also provide a combination of decent sound and graphics in notebooks for the first time. However, nVidia would at least partially compete with the in-house GeForce2 Go. The fact that nVidia did not want to or could not give a confirmation is probably due to the still early status of the mobile chip, as there are certainly still a number of modifications to be made to save electricity.