DigiTimes is reporting that SiS has dropped plans for its DDR400-supporting 648DX and 746DX chipsets. With VIA also pulling support for DDR 400, NVIDIA remains the only major chipset player supporting the new memory standard, which still lacks JEDEC verification.
NVIDIA is still steaming ahead with nForce2, which The Inquirer reports will sample in boards next week. We'll just have to wait and see what kind compatibility guarantees for DDR400 memory NVIDIA includes with the new chipset, but I'm betting there will be a very short list of officially supported DIMMs.
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