Churchill - The First Home Server Mini-DTX Mainboard
SiS today unveiled the first home server reference board in AMD mini-DTX form factor codenamed "Churchill". It's co-developed by SiS, AMD, and Gigabyte and is based on SiS761GX/SiS966 chipsets and AMD socket AM2 processors.
The SiS761GX Northbridge chipset supports AMD Athlon 64/ 64FX / Opteron / Sempron processors. The SiS761GX is integrated with the Mirage 1 graphics engine to optimize the multimedia performance of the system.
The SiS966 Southbridge is combined with the SiS761GX Northbridge to support 4 x PATA ports, 4 x SATAII ports, and RAID 0, 1, 0+1, JBOD, 5. Also, the SiS966 chipset integrates the Gigabit Ethernet MAC Controller with the standard RGMII/MII interface and 2 x PCI express x1 ports.
The Churchill is the first home server system compliant with Microsoft's Windows Home Server logo requirements. It is designed to be light-weight, compact and flexible with everything packed into a 10” x 7” x 10” chassis.
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