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VIA mobile chipset to compete with ATI's
Today, VIA launched it's competitor to ATi's AMD Turion chipset. This mobile chipset provides intergrated graphics, external AGP, and 800Mhz HyperTransport bus. However, it also supports...
The K8N800A's VT8237 South Bridge provides the usual Serial ATA support for up to four devices, plus four parallel ATA drives. It can handle six PCI expansion ports, eight USB 2.0 ports, 10/100Mbps Ethernet - there's a Gigabit Ethernet add-on option - and VIA's six-channel Vinyl audio sub-system.
Truly, amazing features to be found in a mobile chipset.
Source: The Register
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