Iwill USA Announces World's First DDR Motherboard
Irvine, CA, August 1, 2000 -
Iwill USA Corporation
has announced the KA266-RT, unveiled at a press conference with Acer
Labs Inc last week in Taiwan, will be available in the U.S. later this month
for customer and media evaluation.
Featuring ALI's MAGiK 1
chipset, the KA266-RT supports of both AMD AthlonT and DuronT
processors running CPU speeds higher than 1GHz.
The most surprising feature of KA266-RT is that it provides
three 184-pin sockets to support up to 3 GB PC200/266 of DDR memory. The KA266-RT
also supports PC-200/266 unbuffered or registered DDR module.
DDR is widely considered
one of the best mainstream next generation system memory in 2001. Its peak
bandwidth reaches 2.1GBit per second, which doubles the data transfer rate of
today's PC100/133 with a nominal price difference. The KA266-RT is
truly designed for users who desire a more powerful but affordable solution.
The KA266-RT is
also embedded with Ultra ATA/100 IDE RAID featuring AMI's HyperDisk 100
technology. This provides a cost effective acceleration and/or security
solution with RAID 0, 1 and 0+1, JBOD, and Spare functions.
includes one AGP 4X slot, one AMR slot, Five PCI slots and four ATA/100 IDE
channels. Two of the ATA/100 channels support 100MB/sec data transfer rate
per channel, as well as supporting all the legacy ATAPI compliant devices and
two of them support Ultra ATA/100 IDE RAID.
Corporation is a worldwide designer and manufacturer of mid-to-high end
motherboards and I/O cards that support nearly all computer peripherals. Iwill
SCSI Motherboards use powerful I/O integrated circuits, and are designed for
power users who require high-end CAD/CAM, heavy Multimedia, and Server
applications. Iwill products
combine all of the latest technologies developed by Intel, Microsoft, Adaptec,
and other leaders in the IT industry. Iwill
products are fully compatible with Windows 2000, 98, 95, Windows NT, Novell
NetWare as well as a variety of Linux & UNIX operating systems.
For more details, visit Iwill on the World Wide Web at http://www.iwillusa.com.