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Wednesday, 07 March 2007 11:32

Jetway releases AMD 690 board

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A first one based on ATI


Jetway
has released what it claims is the first AMD chipset powered Motherboard. The AMD 690 chipset is the first launch for Motherboards since AMD’s acquisition of ATI.


It supports advanced display with built-in High Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) and supports the Vista Premium edition.  M2A692-GDG is based on AMD 690G Northbridge and SB600 Southbridge.  AMD 690G chipset provides Jetway M2A692-GDG with flexibility and upgrade potential as it supports all Radeon PCIe graphics cards on a system configured for either single GPU or next generation multimedia operation.The graphic is Radeon X700 based and it supports DVI and HDMI technologies.


The chipset uses ATI’s architecture to optimize speed and stability and Jetway thinks that it does not need additional cooling systems if you are going to attempt to overclock it.

 

 

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