SiS735 and Athlon

Just when we are dissing Taiwanese chipset makers, SiS comes through with a real winner. Check it out:

It is inexpensive (one chip for both north bridge and south bridge) and it provides even better performance than AMD 760 plus perfect system stability (quoting THG). Good news indeed.

**Spin all you want, but we the paying consumers will have the final word**
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  1. Hmmm... I think we all read the article. =) It's only on the front page. I had heard good things about that board back in December of last year.

    -MP Jesse

    "Signatures Still Suck"
  2. Looks like an excellent product. My only question is; is the nForce better in terms of performance and reliability? The nForce is going to cost more, so will it be worth the price?

    "Ignorance is bliss, but I tend to get screwed over."
  3. The 20% slower MX graphics I don't care about and wouldn't use, the audio I would love to have. I wonder how well it will work with a Radeon 2 in which I can hook up directly to a HDTV. If that combo works then that would be one awesome performing entertainment package. Might even last 2 years before the next major upgrade.

    Well to eat your <b>C :smile: :smile: kie</b> and have it too, gotta get <b>Rade :smile: n II</b>
  4. Exactly the system I hope to build once they all come available. Paired with a Nice Athlon 4 of course.
    I just hope the nForce allows the use of non NVidia card. If not then those plans will be out the window.

    Any of you guys got a couple of grand lying around you could lend me... well, give me.....??¿

    <font color=blue>Smoke me a Kipper, I'll be back for breakfast!</font color=blue>
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