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Saturday, 14 July 2007 12:29

SiS Southbridge Chipsets In Short Supply

Written by David Stellmack

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Priority order

 

According to DigiTimes the unresolved status of VIA’s chipset patent status has resulted in SiS as the “go to” company for Southbridge Chipsets.

This shortage will affect less than 3% of the first tier desktops expected to be shipped by PC makers.

SiS has placed a priority order with UMC for additional chips using UMC’s .15 micron process.

More here. 

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