Via plans to introduce K8T800 Pro chipset with support for sockets 754 and 939 Athlon 64 CPU’s mainly and will be able to support 1000 MHz (1GHz) Hypertransport architecture once known as LDT (lightning data transport). The chipset sampled in December 2003 and it will start its production life by the end of this month. Mobo makers who had already implemented the K8T800 won’t have to spend much R&D time to have a K8T800 Pro solution ready.

Via plans to introduce K8T800 Pro chipset with support for sockets 754 and 939 Athlon 64 CPU’s mainly and will be able to support 1000 MHz (1GHz) Hypertransport architecture once known as LDT (lightning data transport). The chipset sampled in December 2003 and it will start its production life by the end of this month. Mobo makers who had already implemented the K8T800 won’t have to spend much R&D time to have a K8T800 Pro solution ready.