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SiS goes for AMD and Intel support

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Another brace of DDR chipsets are on the way. SiS' 635 and 735 are designed for Intel Socket 370 and AMD Socket A processors respectively. The 635 will also support Intel's forthcoming 0.13 micron Pentium III die shrink, Tualatin.

The 635 and 735 support DDR 266, DDR 200 and PC133 SDRAM and integrate the South and North Bridges, multi-threaded 1.2Gbps PCI, plus AGP 4x, audio, voice, networking and communications, but do not include on-chip graphics.

The SiS635 is sampling this month with mass production scheduled for February 2001. The SiS735 will be sampled in January and go into production in March 2001. Both are priced at $27 in 10k quantities. ®

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