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SiS Licensed Intel 1066Mhz Bus Technology

SiS has signed a long-term licensing contract with Intel for the manufacture
and sale of chipsets for the Intel Pentium4 processor with 1066MHz front side
bus. The new generation of FSB 1066MHz chipsets increases the data transfer rate
to 8.3GB per second, compared to 6.4GB in FSB 800MHz generation chipsets. SiS
long-term dedication to computer chipset research and commitment to quality have
received industry wide recognition.

“SiS will be offering the SiS656FX and SiS670 FSB 1066MHz chipsets for the Intel
Pentium 4 processors which will be the cornerstones of our high-end chipset
marketing strategy,” said Daniel Chen, the CEO and President of SiS, “These new
SiS chipsets will provide yet another high-end option for consumers seeking
extreme performance, and give more users the opportunity to experience the
advanced performance and superior quality of SiS chipset technology.”

SiS has signed a long-term licensing contract with Intel for the manufacture
and sale of chipsets for the Intel Pentium4 processor with 1066MHz front side
bus. The new generation of FSB 1066MHz chipsets increases the data transfer rate
to 8.3GB per second, compared to 6.4GB in FSB 800MHz generation chipsets. SiS
long-term dedication to computer chipset research and commitment to quality have
received industry wide recognition.

"SiS will be offering the SiS656FX and SiS670 FSB 1066MHz chipsets for the Intel
Pentium 4 processors which will be the cornerstones of our high-end chipset
marketing strategy," said Daniel Chen, the CEO and President of SiS, "These new
SiS chipsets will provide yet another high-end option for consumers seeking
extreme performance, and give more users the opportunity to experience the
advanced performance and superior quality of SiS chipset technology."

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