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SiS Announces AMD Socket AM2 Processor Chipsets

| CPUs, Chipsets & SoCs News | Posted: Feb 9, 2006 11:35 pm

SiS are all geared up for the upcoming launch of AMD's next generation platform (Socket AM2), they've just announced a full line of chipsets to support the new processors. Making up the new family include two desktop solutions; SiS756 and SiS761GX, and four mobile platform solutions in the SiS756, SiSM760, SiSM761GX and SiSM760GX chipsets.


Further information can be had on Socket AM2 and the newly announced SiS chipsets via the official announcement folks.


Taipei, February 09th, 2006 -- Silicon Integrated Systems (SiS) announced today the company releases of a full line of chipsets to support the latest AMD socket AM2 processors. The move yet again demonstrates SiS' abilities as an industry leader in technology development and cements the company's future market position.


These latest chipsets for AMD Socket AM2 covers the full spectrum of desktop and mobile platforms, with two new chipsets for desktop platform: SiS756 and SiS761GX; and four for mobile solution: SiS756, SiSM760, SiSM761GX and SiSM760GX. The AMD socket AM2 is slated to fully replace AMD's current socket 939 and socket 754, and will be available on the second quarter of 2006. AMD Socket AM2 processors provides full support for advanced DDR2 memory and dual-channel technology, effectively increasing memory working frequency and bandwidth, and thereby considerably enhancing overall system performance.


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