VIA chipsets and C7 CPU Windows Vista certified

Posted on Wednesday, Jan 31 2007 @ 10:05 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Some of VIA's chipsets and its VIA C7 processors got the Windows Vista certification:
Five of VIA's IGP (integrated graphics processor) chipsets have received the Windows Vista Basic logo from Microsoft: the VIA K8M890 and the VIA P4M900 for the latest mainstream AMD and Intel desktops, respectively; the VIA K8N890 for AMD processor-powered notebooks; the upcoming VIA CN896 for VIA C7 processor desktop and embedded systems; and the new VIA VN896 mobile chipset for VIA C7-M and Intel Pentium M processors. All these PCI Express chipsets feature the VIA Chrome9 integrated 2D/3D graphics processor supporting DirectX 9.0 and the Chromotion CE video display engine.

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