According to recent claims from AppleInsider, the forthcoming Macbook range will feature NVIDIA’s new MCP79 mobile platform instead of Intel chipsets, despite the snags that had previously appeared.
In addition to delivering high performance with its integrated GeForce 9300/9400-class GPUs, the new MCP79 platform from NVIDIA will offer a single-chip solution to Macbook, which allows Apple to use less PCB space.
Moreover, the HybridSLI technology of the platform will allow Macbook Pro users to switch between the in-built GeForce 9300/9400 for enhanced battery backup and a distinct GeForce 9600 for improved performance.
The NVIDIA platform also offers several other key features, such as, PCI Express 2.0, HDMI port, 1066MHz FSB and DDR2/DDR3 memory support.
The move has got mixed response from the Macbook users, as back in July this year and NVIDIA has admitted to a package defect that had resulted in graphic chip malfunctioning in some notebooks including those manufactured by HP and Dell.