A look at SiS's desktop chipset roadmap

What's ahead for the other guy
— 12:00 AM on June 25, 2004

SIS'S CORE LOGIC chipsets don't garner as much attention as offerings from Intel, NVIDIA, and VIA, and that's really a shame. Enthusiasts tend to view SiS as a low-end player, and given the company's strong presence in budget motherboards, it's easy to see why. However, few enthusiasts are aware that SiS also makes high-end chipsets that perform well enough to run with the fastest core logic offerings from Intel, NVIDIA, and VIA.

Today we have a sneak peek into SiS's future desktop chipsets covering north and south bridge roadmaps for AMD and Intel platforms. How will SiS bring PCI Express, DDR2, Gigabit Ethernet, and High Definition Audio to the Athlon 64 and Pentium 4? Read on to find out.

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