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Name: MCP73 OHCI USB 1.1 Controller


Name: NVIDIA GeForce 7100/nForce 630i


2008-01-15 18:23:51

Name: GeForce 7100/nForce 630i


2008-03-18 18:19:42

Name: GeForce 7100/nForce 630i

Note: USB Controller

Adding a note to disambiguate between the graphic and the USB controller on this motherboard chipset as they both have the same name.


2009-05-10 16:44:16

Name: GeForce 7100/nForce 630i USB


2009-07-04 17:55:23

Name: GeForce 7050/7100 / nForce 610i/630i OHCI USB controller

Found on the ABIT I-N73V, which is a "Geforce 7050 / nForce 610i":
00:10.0 VGA compatible controller [0300]: NVIDIA Corporation C73 [GeForce 7050 / nForce 610i] [10de:07e3] (rev a2) (prog-if 00 [VGA controller])
Subsystem: ABIT Computer Corp. I-N73V motherboard [147b:1c3e]
This is consistent with an old "" listing and Wikipedia's comparison lists of the "nForce 600" and "Geforce 7025/7050/7100/7150" chipsets.
The "GeForce 7100 / nForce 630i" would have the "10de:07e1" VGA device ID instead, so this USB device seems to be common to all MPC73 chipsets for Intel processors.


2015-05-21 03:39:49

"Geforce 7100" would be "MCP76" according to Wikipedia, but still called "nForce 630i".


2015-05-21 03:43:42

Name: MCP73 OHCI USB 1.1 Controller

MCPxx are confusing names, as NVIDIA themselves isn't always clear which chip is linked to which marketing name, names on Wiki can be guesswork. I've seen wrong or contradicting entries there ie claiming that nForce 630a is a MCP68 one page, but MCP61 on another page.

Nearly all entries on your Abit board are MCP73, that greatly simplifies stuff. Personally I'm not interested in my GeForce model to identify my USB controller. Codenames and GeForce names pretty often don't correspond one-to-one, multiple codenames may be used with the same GeForce marketing.


2015-05-21 17:28:00

Indeed, I've used the wiki-guessing approach only as an additional evidence. In fact there is at least one contradiction in those 610i/630i entries. The chipset I've got is definitely a MCP73, but I'm not sure if the USB part isn't the same in MCP76 (could still be wrong that Geforces 71xx are MCP76).


2015-05-21 23:24:46

I can't really find any useful information on the web, on what MCP76 really is. As far as I know all of these models are based on the same chip, Nouveau developers aren't aware of a different chip for the GeForce 7050/7100/7150 for Intel (the models for AMD are different of course but those are MCP6x not MCP7x). I guess those models marketed as "MCP76" use the MCP73 PCI IDs as well since there are no MCP76 IDs in the database. I'm just keeping MCP73 for everything in this range unless somebody has a lspci of a confirmed MCP76 device.


2015-05-22 16:16:57



Id Name Note
147b 1c3eI-N73V motherboard
1afa 7150JW-IN7150-HD
1019 297aMCP73PVT-SM

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