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SiS760 — integrated solution for Athlon 64, Opteron

After announcing of discrete SiS755 for AMD Opteron, Athlon 64 SiS unveils integrated solution, SiS760 (but the press release is dated September 24). Integrated graphic core is Ultra 256 Graphic Core with Pixel Shader v.1.3 and DirectX 9.0 support.


Here are the main features of the North Bridge:

  • SiS HyperStreaming Engine Architecture
  • HyperTransport Host Interface
    • Supports AMD Athlon 64/ Opetron CPUs
    • HyperTransport compliant bus driver with auto compensation capability
    • HyperTransport Technology up to 1600MT/s bandwidth
  • Integrated A.G.P. Compliant Target/66MHz Host-to-PCI Bridge
    • Universal AGP v3.0 Compliant
    • Supports AGP 8X/4X Interface w/ Fast Write Transaction
  • Integrated Ultra256 2D/3D Graphics
    • Built-in a High Performance 256-bit 3D Engine
    • DirectX 8.1 Complaint
    • Support Digital Video Interface for TV or LCD Display
  • Flexible Design for Display Memory
    • Supports shared frame buffer, local frame buffer or both for display memory architecture
    • Maximum 128MB display memory while shared memory and local frame buffer are both applied
  • High throughout MuTIOL Connect interfaced to SiS964 MuTIOL Media I/O
    • Proprietary Interconnect between SiS760 and SiS964
    • Bi-Directional 16 bit Data Bus at 533MHz Operating Frequency

The South Bridge is SiS964, so there is no difference with SiS755 in this point:

  • SiS MuTIOL 1G Delivering 1GB/s Bandwidth
  • Integrated Serial Host Controller
  • Support up to 8 USB 2.0/1.1 Ports
  • Fast Ethernet/Home Networking Controller with MII Interface
  • Support 6 Channels AC´97 v2.3 and v.90 HSP Modem
  • Advanced Power Management:ACPI 1.0b and APM 1.2 Compliant
  • Dual IDE Channels with ATA 133/100
  • Support Up to 6 PCI Masters
  • LPC 1.1 Interface
  • Integrated Keyboard/PS2 Mouse Controller
  • PC2001 Complicant

According to the table (Updated info on AMD Athlon 64 chipsets) it is the last solution from SiS for the CPUs.


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