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SiS to Present Whole New Chipsets Ready for Microsoft Windows Vista

| CPU, APU & Chipsets News | Posted: Dec 5, 2006 7:19 pm

SiS have made headlines today as they announce a couple of new motherboard chipset families all tricked up for Windows Vista, these being the SiS671 and SiS771 series chipsets designed for both desktop and mobile Intel / AMD platforms respectively.

 

For the full rundown on them, head over to SiS's website.

 



Taipei, Dec. 4th, 2006-SiS today unveiled its latest chipsets of the SiS671 series and the SiS771 chipsets ready for Windows Vista™. The SiS671 series and the SiS771 chipsets are designed for Intel and AMD platforms respectively. To catch the trend of Microsoft's oncoming Windows Vista operating system, SiS has been actively involving in the development of new technology. The SiS671 series and the SiS771 chipsets are considered the most valuable products for customers.

 

SiS provides a full line of chipsets supporting Windows Vista. To process a large volume of data, Windows Vista basically requires hardware support 800MHz CPU, 512MB memory, and DirectX9-support graphics processor. If you'd like to have a more efficient and advanced operating performance, Windows Vista needs hardware equipments of a 1GHz CPU, 1GB memory, 128MB graphics memory, and Aero graphics interface.

 

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