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Taiwanese chipset manufacturer SiS has now gone live on its 630 technology. According to the company, the SiS 630 is PC99 and PCI 2.2 compliant, supports Pentium II/IIIs, Celerons, PC-133 VCRAM/SDRAM, three dual inline memory modules (DIMMs) and up to 1.5Gb main memory. It also supports Ultra ATA 66 IDE, five OpenHCI USB ports, ultra-AGPTM architecture, and digital flat panel interfaces for TV-out, LCD-out and dual view. At the same time it announced its K6-III single chip 540, which has the same features as the 630. The 630 and 540 will work with SiS950, a super IO chip. The 630 costs $35/10K. ®

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