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SiS Releases Windows Vista Ready SiS671FX Chipset

| CPUs, Chipsets & SoCs News | Posted: Nov 17, 2006 9:36 pm

SiS are proud to announce today that the release of their new SiS671FX Chipset chipset for the Intel platform has become one of the most valuable products in the mainstream market. Effectively, SiS will continue to produce integrated graphics chipsets where ATI left off (due to AMD having swallowed them up).


More details on this new chipset via the DailyTech, and over at SiS's press room folks.


Taipei, Nov. 16th, 2006-SiS today announced that the newly-released SiS671FX integrated chipset is specially designed for Intel platform and is considered one of the most valuable products in mainstream market.


Following the development of Microsoft Windows VistaTM operating system, SiS proudly unveiled its latest SiS671FX chipset supporting this next-generation OS in Q4, 2006. The SiS671FX chipset is for Intel desktop PCs platform, and it aims to provide outstanding system performance by supporting Windows VistaTM. It supports Intel CoreTM 2 Duo processors, and also supports FSB up to 1066MHz. Besides, the SiS671FX chipset integrates MirageTM 3 graphics engine to provide DX9.0 hardware support and extremely advanced 2D and 3D graphics effects. Combining with SiS Real Video Technology, the SiS671FX chipset is able to deliver superior static and dynamic images. In addition, the SiS671FX supports one PCI Express x16 slot to provide up to 4GB/s of bandwidth for each direction.


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