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ULi unveils M1697 PCI Express Single Chip

| Posted: Dec 13, 2005 1:09 pm

Motherboard chipset maker ULi have just unleashed their new M1697 PCI Express single chip solution for implementation by supporting motherboard manufacturers and system integrators. The powerful little single chip solution is designed for S754, 939, 940, and upcoming M2 AMD platorms, and offers many current cream of the crop technologies in a singular chip format which in turn also helps drive costs down for manufacturers.

 

For all the details on this new whizz bang cost effective chipset solution, grab ULi's official PR here folks.

 


Taipei, Taiwan--(BUSINESS WIRE)-December 8, 2005-- ULi Electronics Inc. (ULi) unveils High Definition PCI Express™ Single Chip - M1697. M1697 is ULi's latest single-chip solution to empower high-performance PCI Express™ AMD64-based PC systems for sockets 754, 939, 940 and M2 processors.

 

Focusing to provide motherboard manufacturers and system integrators with greater design-flexibility and economical manufacturing cost, the M1697's innovative single chip architecture offers the lowest latency to achieve maximum system performance while providing manufacturers with the most innovative technology and features, including advanced storage capabilities for multiple disk RAID environments and next-generation SATA II 3Gbps supporting Native Command Queuing (NCQ) capability.

 

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