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Costs around $110, with sound and vision, company says

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Diamond has introduced an integrated Super 7 motherboard which includes integrated video and audio solutions for around the $110 mark. The company said that its Micronics M280 is a Micro ATX design using the SiS530/5595 chipset and will support Pentium/MMX chips, Cyrix MIIs, AMD K6-2s and IDT WinChip C6s. Speeds of up to 450MHz are supported, with front side bus speeds of 100MHz, integrated SiS 2D/3D AGP graphics and Aureal Semi's Vortex 8820 PCI sound. According to Danny Hsu, director of product marketing at Diamond, the board creates a solution at the system level which will provide an integrated product. The company is aiming the board at distributors and integrators wanting to offer high performance at low cost, said Hsu. ®

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