SiS today announced that their SiS648FX, 655FX and 655TX high
performance chipsets will support Intel®s new Prescott CPU. The SiS648FX, 655FX
and 655TX chipsets are designed for high performance PC application, integrating
a high performance host interface for the Intel® Pentium® 4 HT 800 processor,
and utilizing SiS MuTIOL® 1G Technology for the fastest bus speed of any PC
chipsets. The 648FX and 655FX/TX chipsets also feature SiS HyperStreaming™
Technology, which provides more efficient data transfer speeds for the demanding
applications of today and tomorrow.

The new P4 Prescott processor from Intel® is most advanced
processor from Intel® to date, using a new 90nm process for faster operation.
The Prescott also features an updated Intel® NetBurst Microarchitecture with a
1MB L2 cache for more increased transmission of data per clock cycle and
improved Hyper-Threading Technology that allows one processor to act as two. SiS
Prescott-Ready chipsets have been widely adopted by numerous motherboard
manufacturers, and over 20 models are market available now.

SiS today announced that their SiS648FX, 655FX and 655TX high
performance chipsets will support Intel®s new Prescott CPU. The SiS648FX, 655FX
and 655TX chipsets are designed for high performance PC application, integrating
a high performance host interface for the Intel® Pentium® 4 HT 800 processor,
and utilizing SiS MuTIOL® 1G Technology for the fastest bus speed of any PC
chipsets. The 648FX and 655FX/TX chipsets also feature SiS HyperStreaming™
Technology, which provides more efficient data transfer speeds for the demanding
applications of today and tomorrow.

The new P4 Prescott processor from Intel® is most advanced
processor from Intel® to date, using a new 90nm process for faster operation.
The Prescott also features an updated Intel® NetBurst Microarchitecture with a
1MB L2 cache for more increased transmission of data per clock cycle and
improved Hyper-Threading Technology that allows one processor to act as two. SiS
Prescott-Ready chipsets have been widely adopted by numerous motherboard
manufacturers, and over 20 models are market available now.