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SiS chipset supports Intel Atom processors, adopted in new Dell thin-client
Press release, November 6; Joseph Tsai, DIGITIMES [Thursday 6 November 2008]

Silicon Integrated System (SiS) has announced that its SiSM671/968/307DV chipset can support the Intel Atom 230 series CPUs and has already been adopted by Dell's OptiPlex FX160 thin-client PC.

With the low power consumption and fanless characteristics of SiS chipsets, the Dell OptiPlex FX160 is designed to enable business users to experience a noiseless environment and to make a contribution to energy saving and carbon reduction, said SiS.

The SiSM671/968/307DV chipset is equipped with various functions including support for DDR2 667 memory up to 4GB and the SiS Mirage3 Graphics core

SiS will support the SiSM671/968/307DV chipset to the end of 2011.

Dell OptiPlex FX160 thin-client PC

Dell OptiPlex FX160 thin-client PC
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