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New VIA PT Chipset Series - AGP and PCI Express working together

New VIA PT Chipset Series - AGP and PCI Express working together

Today we will see the launch of three new chipsets from VIA Technologies for the Pentium 4 chipset - namely the VIA PT880 Pro, PT894 and PT894 Pro. They wish to penetrate the Pentium 4 chipset market with the aim of maximizing end-user upgradeability and value for money by allowing you to use your AGP graphics card AND PCI Express graphics card together along with the ability to choose between using DDR or DDR-II memory. Read on for our impressions of the new chipsets from VIA! | Jan 30, 2005 at 11:00 pm CST

VIA PT880 Chipset - Canterwood has competition, finally

VIA PT880 Chipset - Canterwood has competition, finally

For such a Christian oriented company, VIA has been through hell and back in the past 18 months with battles against Intel for rights and blessings to produce Pentium 4 chipsets with their motherboard partners. We've got VIA's very first Dual Channel DDR-400 Pentium 4 chipset under the spotlight today in the form of the PT880 from MSI. | Jan 19, 2004 at 11:00 pm CST

VIA PT800 Chipset - Single Channel taken to the Max

VIA PT800 Chipset - Single Channel taken to the Max

Over the past 18 months VIA Technology has been hindered by an on-going court case with Intel over Pentium 4 licensing rights. Just recently Intel settled their disagreements with VIA which has allowed both companies to get back to work. This week VIA released their new PT800 single channel, fully licensed, Pentium 4 chipset. Follow Shawn "Toxic" Baker as he tells us all about it and if it can keep pace with Intel's dual channel monsters, Canterwood and Springdale! | Jul 10, 2003 at 11:00 pm CDT