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Monday January 31, 2005

[H]ardNews 5th Edition

VIA PT Series Chipset:

VIA has launched the VIA PT880Pro, PT894 and PT894Pro chipset for the Intel Pentium4 platform. The PT Chipset brings a host of new features along with the ability to upgrade to a PCI-E and DDR2 motherboard without breaking the bank buying a new video card and memory. “How?” you might ask, read the previews below to find out:

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Official Press Release:

VIA today announced the VIA PT Series of chipsets for the Intel® Pentium® 4 platform, providing a smooth transition for motherboard manufacturers and their customers to new technologies such as PCI Express and DDR2 memory. The new chipsets, which include the VIA PT880 Pro and PT894 chipsets, targeted at the performance mainstream market, and the PT894 Pro, a solution optimized for the workstation and power user segments, all support the latest Intel® Pentium® 4 and Celeron™ processors up to 1066MHz FSB.