Silicon Integrated Systems releases of a full line of chipsets to support the latest AMD socket AM2 processors.
These latest chipsets for AMD Socket AM2 covers both desktop and mobile platforms, with two new chipsets for desktop platform: SiS756 and SiS761GX; and four for mobile solution: SiS756, SiSM760, SiSM761GX and SiSM760GX. The AMD socket AM2 is slated to fully replace AMD?s current socket 939 and socket 754, and will be available on the second quarter of 2006. AMD Socket AM2 processors provides support for DDR2 memory and dual-channel technology.
The new SiS desktop chipsets, SiS756 and SiS761GX, support Athlon 64 X2 Dual-Core CPUs as well as the AthlonTM 64 FX, Athlon 64, Sempron and Opteron processors. SiS756 is currently the most high-end desktop chipset of SiS with AMD64 and PCI Express x16 support, while the integrated SiS761GX chipset includes the Mirage 1 graphics core with software support for DirectX 9.
SiS also presents a series of chipsets for mobile platform, including the SiS756, SiSM760, SiSM761GX and SiSM760GX to support AMD socket S1/AM2 mobile processors. These chipsets also support the AMD Turion 64, Mobile Athlon 64 and Mobile Sempron CPUs.
The new generation AMD Socket AM2 CPUs include an embedded DDR2 memory controller that supports up to 333 MHz DDR2-667 memory and dual channel technology. AMD Socket AM2 processors include the Athlon 64 X2, Athlon 64 FX, Athlon 64 and Sempron series CPUs.