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ATi RS690T Chipset Details Unveiled

CHW has gotten hold of a block diagram of RS690T + SB700 for
mobile platform codenamed Trevally. It will support Socket S1 based AMD S1g1
processors such as Turion 64 X2 TL-52/54/56/60 “Taylor” and perhaps the next
generation 65nm “Tyler” that supports DDR2-800. However, RS690T chipset now only offer supports up to DDR2-400/533/667 SODIMM in Dual Channel mode. To improve performance of
the integrated X700 graphics, ATi has linked up with frame buffer of 512MBit
DDR2 to RS690T so as to address high memory latency issue. It also leave room
for a discrete graphics upgradeable through MXM package on PCIe x8 lane. It is
linked up with the SB700 Southbridge to offer 6 SATA II ports, 12 USB 2.0 + 2
USB 1.1 ports, 1 ATA 66/100/133 for Flash module and Azalia HD Audio.

CHW has gotten hold of a block diagram of RS690T + SB700 for
mobile platform codenamed Trevally. It will support Socket S1 based AMD S1g1
processors such as Turion 64 X2 TL-52/54/56/60 “Taylor” and perhaps the next
generation 65nm “Tyler” that supports DDR2-800. However, RS690T chipset now only offer supports up to DDR2-400/533/667 SODIMM in Dual Channel mode. To improve performance of the integrated X700 graphics, ATi has linked up with frame buffer of 512MBit DDR2 to RS690T so as to address high memory latency issue. It also leave room for a discrete graphics upgradeable through MXM package on PCIe x8 lane. It is linked up with the SB700 Southbridge to offer 6 SATA II ports, 12 USB 2.0 + 2 USB 1.1 ports, 1 ATA 66/100/133 for Flash module and Azalia HD Audio.

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