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SiS Chipsets Ready for Prescott - PCstats.com SiS Chipsets Ready for Prescott
Tue, February 03 2004 | 9:56AM | PermaLink Feedback?
Silicon Integrated Systems Corp. (SiS), a leading supplier of core logic chipsets today announced that their SiS648FX, 655FX and 655TX high performance chipsets will support Intel®’s new Prescott CPU. The SiS648FX, 655FX and 655TX chipsets are designed for high performance PC application, integrating a high performance host interface for the Intel® Pentium® 4 HT 800 processor, and utilizing SiS MuTIOL® 1G Technology for the fastest bus speed of any PC chipsets. The 648FX and 655FX/TX chipsets also feature SiS’ HyperStreaming™ Technology, which provides more efficient data transfer speeds for the demanding applications of today and tomorrow.

The new P4 Prescott processor from Intel® is most advanced processor from Intel® to date, using a new 90nm process for faster operation. The Prescott also features an updated Intel® NetBurst Microarchitecture with a 1MB L2 cache for more increased transmission of data per clock cycle and improved Hyper-Threading Technology that allows one processor to act as two. SiS Prescott-Ready chipsets have been widely adopted by numerous motherboard manufacturers, and over 20 models are market available now.

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